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    Storing eggs at room temperature???

    well, sorry if it's a dumb question but, I just moved in a new place and my landlord just gave me like a shelf in the refigerator to put my stuff. Since I buy my eggs in bulk, it would pretty much take up the whole place. I don't think it would matter storing it i room temp. but since the eggs were delivered and placed in a controlled temp, is it ok to put them back to room temp.?
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    you need to put them in the fridge
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    I know a few people who store eggs at room temp. But if you do this, any bacteria in the egg can grow and multiply
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    leave them at room temp. until they hatch then kill the chicken and you got triple the protein from one egg.
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    Wow, good question.
    Logically, eggs should remain fine at room temp, even warmer - because eggs dont hatch as globs of bacteria.
    Eggs also have a long shelf life in the fridge, ~2 months sometimes, depending.
    Even dairy is ok for a couple days at room temp before "unsafe"
    Refridgeration doesn't magically PREVENT bacteria growth, only slows it, so with all that said

    If it were me, I would store them at room temp for a week, maybe longer.
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    Originally Posted by willldabeast View Post
    I know a few people who store eggs at room temp. But if you do this, any bacteria in the egg can grow and multiply
    how long do they leave them out?

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    Wow, good question.
    Logically, eggs should remain fine at room temp, even warmer - because eggs dont hatch as globs of bacteria.
    Eggs also have a long shelf life in the fridge, ~2 months sometimes, depending.
    Even dairy is ok for a couple days at room temp before "unsafe"
    Refridgeration doesn't magically PREVENT bacteria growth, only slows it, so with all that said

    If it were me, I would store them at room temp for a week, maybe longer.
    edit: ok I get what you're saying
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    I'd think it'd be pretty hard for a chick to hatch from an egg overridden with bacteria, unless benevolent, or beneficial.
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    Originally Posted by Get.Born.Again View Post
    how long do they leave them out?



    No, logically they shouldn't.. 'eggs don't hatch as globs of bacteria'? I can't even imagine what that has to do with eggs spoiling at room temperature. Eggs and milk are refrigerated for a reason. Room temperature is pretty much ideal for bacterial growth and eggs and milk are loaded with bacteria. They might last a few days at room temperature, but probably not.
    Well if thats the case then shouldnt they be fine after they are cooked to the proper temperature?
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    Originally Posted by Unconnected View Post
    I'd think it'd be pretty hard for a chick to hatch from an egg overridden with bacteria, unless benevolent, or beneficial.
    hmmm.. you might be right

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    Well if thats the case then shouldnt they be fine after they are cooked to the proper temperature?
    there's a coating on the egg that protects it, but it's lost when you cook it
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    Originally Posted by Unconnected View Post
    Wow, good question.
    Logically, eggs should remain fine at room temp, even warmer - because eggs dont hatch as globs of bacteria.
    Eggs also have a long shelf life in the fridge, ~2 months sometimes, depending.
    Even dairy is ok for a couple days at room temp before "unsafe"
    Refridgeration doesn't magically PREVENT bacteria growth, only slows it, so with all that said

    If it were me, I would store them at room temp for a week, maybe longer.
    The eggs you buy at the store and eat won't hatch. Period. They are unfertilised, and unless you got some weird ass radiation in your kicthen that causes a chick to hatch with half it's chromosomes, then you're not going to get any hatching eggs.

    Yes, refridgeration slows down bacteria growth but eggs can carry salmonella and e-coli so they really should be refridgerated (despite that fact that many stores don't refridgerate them). I'm not a big hygiene freak but when it comes to the likes of poultry, dairy and meat I'd say refridgeration is best.
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    I've heard that outside the U.S., many people do not store their raw eggs in the refrigerator, though I'm not sure if this is true or how long they would be good for if left at room temp. Based on personal experience, I've left hardboiled eggs (still in their shells) at room temperature for about a week. The eggs tasted fine, and I never had a problem with food sickness. Just make sure to leave the hardboiled eggs in the shell and peel them only when you're about to eat them.
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    Reading comprehension, I never said store bought eggs would hatch.
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    Originally Posted by Unconnected View Post
    Reading comprehension, I never said store bought eggs would hatch.
    Topic rationale, I didn't understand why you had introduced hatching into the discussion at all and, let's face it, some people think they are eating "baby chicks" when they eat eggs.
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    we have chickens adn get our eggs from there. We clean them and they sit out for days and there perfectly fine. they never hit the fridge so i don't know what the difference would be from store bought ones that are from the cooler.
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    I already have 3 refrigerators and no extra room for eggs. I'm not going to buy another fridge for them either.

    Personally I've never had a problem storing them for a week or two in my basement, of course that doesn't mean it's the best thing to do.
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    Originally Posted by jenl View Post
    The eggs you buy at the store and eat won't hatch. Period. They are unfertilised, and unless you got some weird ass radiation in your kicthen that causes a chick to hatch with half it's chromosomes, then you're not going to get any hatching eggs.
    Was going to say the same. Chickens lay (unfertilised) eggs without a male cockerel around.
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    You should be fine as long as you don't store them too long, in too hot a place and most importantly, you fully cook them.

    And check the pack date on the carton to try to buy the freshest eggs possible so you have more time. The pack date is a 3 digit number going from 001-365.
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    Originally Posted by Andershocknic View Post
    we have chickens adn get our eggs from there. We clean them and they sit out for days and there perfectly fine. they never hit the fridge so i don't know what the difference would be from store bought ones that are from the cooler.
    Some reading I have done on it seems to indicate that mass produced eggs tend to carry greater risks of samonella and e-coli.

    Anyhow, at the end of the day, I buy my eggs non-refridgerated. I've yet to buy eggs from a store where they have been refridgerated. They go in the fridge when I get them home, mostly out of habit and because I still haven't shaken the big salmonella scare that the UK got back in the 80s/90s.

    Three fridges worth of eggs seems a bit overkill - I bet your toilet smells of roses.
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    I have NEVER stored eggs in the fridge... I eat 6-12 a day and Im alive. I just keep them at room temperature in the kitchen...
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    in the US pretty much all eggs are refrigerated in stores, but in other places like australia many of the stores just have them out on shelves (took me awhile to get over, because in the US it is ingrained in us that eggs have to be kept cool). the difference between a refrigerated egg and a room temp egg is that like previous people have said, the cooler egg will last longer. if i was you i would keep most of my eggs cool and only keep the eggs that you are going to eat that week out in room temp.
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    that sucks!! What if I keep half in the refeigerator and the other in the freezer LOL. Then the day before I use up the eggs that's in the fridge, put the ones in the freezer down.


    Bit, I just might try that. That seems like a good idea.
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    Originally Posted by jipp View Post
    that sucks!! What if I keep half in the refeigerator and the other in the freezer LOL. Then the day before I use up the eggs that's in the fridge, put the ones in the freezer down.
    I don't think you're serious, but just in case you are, the eggs in the freezer will probably break and create a huge mess.
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    The french do it, you can do it too!

    Ps: have fun with exploding freezer eggs, lol
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    Originally Posted by churn View Post
    you need to put them in the fridge
    you dont!!
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    as long as you're using them within a week, it should be fine without the fridge. use common sense, don't leave them in a hot car all day long and expect the same results. And don't freeze them, trust me. At normal room temp, you'll be fine.
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    there's a coating on the egg that protects it, but it's lost when you cook it
    yea, but what i meant is that cooking the egg kills the bacteria so what is the worry
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