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Can't get any fresher than these Farm Fresh Free Range Eggs!  The F3 eggs are laid by our happy, healthy free range DUCKS around the farm.  Each egg will be of varying sizes and colors, but all will be delicious!  Fun Fact:  Freshly laid eggs have a protective membrane around them, if you don't wash them, they will last longer than when they are scrubbed clean!  Bring your own carton, you pick.  1.99 each when we have them! We can NOT Ship these. U must Pick them up at the Farm!!!

Farm Fresh DUCK eggs (each)

  • You have two choices here- either leave the eggs out at room temperature or keep the eggs in your fridge.


    There is one exception to this rule- if you need to clean your eggs with water then it’s safer to store them in the fridge straight away- this is because you’ve removed the egg’s bloom.


    Storing Fresh Eggs At Room Temperature


    Freshly laid eggs can be left out at room temperature for at least a month before you need to start thinking about moving them into the fridge. We like to make sure we eat ours in under two weeks (because they tend to taste better) but so long as the egg is eaten within one month of it being laid you will be fine.


    As a side note- eggs purchased in a supermarket are normally at least a month old before they even get to the shelves!


    You can store the eggs in any dish- we keep ours in a basket filled with straw. However, if you want to keep them ‘fresher’ make sure you pop them into an egg carton once you get them inside.


    Storing Fresh Eggs in the Fridge

    If you want easy access to your eggs and to extend their shelf life the best of both worlds is to keep your eggs in the fridge.


    When you put your eggs in the fridge you can either place them inside an egg carton or a sealed container. Eggs kept inside a sealed container (such as a lunchbox) will easily keep for up to six months and still taste fresh. The only thing you may notice is that the egg white is slightly runny.



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