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Refrigerator

Refrigerator

Refrigerator

Refrigerator

Do Eggs Need to Be Stored in a Refrigerator?
When I was a kid my mom used to always keep eggs in the refrigerator, as soon as she came home from the market the egg box would be emptied and all the eggs placed carefully into the egg holder and put quickly into the fridge. I was always curious about this and wondered if eggs really did need to be kept chilled, in the supermarket the egg holders are always on open shelves and I guessed that supermarkets would keep their eggs wherever was best for them. And since they don’t chill eggs then there must be a really good reason for this.  UFABET เว็บตรง

So I did a little research and the results are quite surprising, if a little less clear than I’d like. Many people claim that by keeping them chilled that they will retain their freshness better and therefore last longer after all most things, like meat and dairy products will stay fresh longer if kept in a fridge. But eggs have an almost impermeable shell with an airtight membrane inside and so would seem to be pretty well protected from the atmosphere.

The issue isn’t really one of keeping eggs fresh; what is more important is the fact that by cooking eggs from chilled one can cause oneself some problems.

So my own personal opinion is that I always store my eggs in my favourite chicken egg holder outside of the fridge. I’ve found no positive evidence that chilling keeps them any fresher and I’ve had salmonella before, and I don’t want to risk catching it again!

When boiling them directly from the fridge it is very difficult to avoid cracking the shell which ruins the boiled egg. This is most easily overcome by removing the eggs from the fridge and the egg holder at lest 10 minutes before boiling and then warming the water up slowly to boiling point before recessing the eggs back to the fridge. This way you avoid the danger of the membrane cracking.

The second problem is one of fried, scrambled and poached eggs. We all know that in order to kill all the bacteria inside an egg that it has to be heated to a sufficiently high temperature to kill all those bugs. This is a delicate process and may as well take place outside the fridge for fear of cross contamination. If you do have to heat the eggs you should use a microwave with a safe, non-stick pan.

This is the time to get to know your eggs. Understanding the Why of each recipe will really help you when preparing them and in the end your breakfast will be more enjoyable and healthy. Some think that soft boiled eggs are the best but most soft boiled eggs aren’t really that great, they just aren’t as nutritious as those that are left in a thick shell.

As far as mains, eggs are usually the first thing I turn to for recipes such as eggless omelets. I do make the basics such as smoked eggs, sausage eggs, soft boiled eggs and poached eggs, but I also add different things to them to make them interesting. For example, I might add some charcoal with my egg poached eggs or I might use some culinary pancakes that are quick and easy to make. Even a good old omelet is enhanced by the addition of mushrooms and truffles.

The actual cooking time for eggs will depend mostly on the size of the egg and whether or not it is a hard-cooked egg. The larger the egg, the longer it will take to get to a satisfactory temperature, but smaller eggs should be cooked as quickly as possible.

When it comes to fry, eggs Technical egg frying refers to the actual cooking of the eggs, it is not the cooking time that is important, but the quality of the batter. For a satisfactory result, a thickness of the batter is key.

Of course, both of these principles are dependent on the knowledge and experience of the user. A little bit of common sense and a little experimentation can really take you a step further when it comes to cooking eggs.

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