Have you ever wondered how to keep eggs from going bad before you use them?
When I find a great deal on eggs, my first instinct is to stock up on 4 or 5 cartons. Our family can go through these pretty quickly. There are times when I can find them for .99cents per dozen, but not often. So, I wanted to see if there was a way to make them last longer, without the hassle of dehydrating them, or freezing them. So off I went perusing the blogosphere for answers, and look what I found!
Preserving eggs in the refrigerator for 9 months is unfathomable to most people, let alone safely preserving eggs that long without refrigeration. But today I’ll make crystal clear how you can preserve eggs worry-free without compromising your health and taste standards and perhaps I’ll even shed some light on how you came to believe that eggs can only be preserved in a refrigerator.
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Happy couponing and…stay in the ZONE!
Warning: Extreme Couponing may become addicting.
Some symptoms may include but are not limited to: You have acquired excessive shelving (everywhere) and it’s on your Christmas list; Scissors and a coupon binder are your new “fashion accessories”; Fat wallet syndrome; You started a blog about it; You have gotten coupon binder envy; You have become your local Coupon Fairy; You traded up from your 3 inch binder to a 4 inch double sided Case It Z binder with a strap. If symptoms last more than 4 weeks you may want to seek a professional home organizer or FlyLady. Also, remember your daily dose of The Katy Coupon Zone for realistic, real world tips to help keep your couponing balanced and under control.