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Is the fridge door the best place to keep eggs?

What are the implications for eggs kept in the fridge door? Is there a better option?

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  • Susan James

    If you store eggs properly, they will keep for a considerable length of time in the icebox. To protect eggs longer, think about solidifying them or pickling them. Here are the means by which to store your eggs for most extreme freshness and timeframe of realistic usability.

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