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Do you have a larger amount of fresh eggs at hand?
You can freeze them and in order to do so, please stick to the following instructions:
- eggs must be completely fresh
- do not freeze them in eggshells
- egg yolks and egg whites can be frozen together or separately
- in order to establish their freshness, break each egg separately into a bowl
- if you freeze whole eggs, mix them into a smooth mixture (do not beat them)
- if you freeze whites and yolks separately, mix yolks gently with a pinch of salt (or sugar, depending on their later purpose)
- you can freeze eggs in appropriate plastic boxes that can seal well, or you can even use ice cube trays for this purpose
- label egg containers with the exact date of freezing, number of eggs and their additions (salt or sugar). Frozen eggs can keep 8 to 10 months.
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