Friday, May 26, 2017

Warning Signs Why You Shouldn't Keep EGGS In The Refrigerator.

Most of us manage to store eggs in the fridge disregarding the risk to our health and family.

Studies revealed that eggs which remained in cold areas give the bacteria that contaminate the shell to stay alive, among these bacteria is salmonella, which is harmful to health.
Although fridges come with an egg tray, keeping eggs inside it actually makes them debased quicker.  The refrigerator makes the bacteria preserved in the eggs.

Once the eggs are stored in the fridge, they can incorporate fragrance from other foods nearby, like half-onions, strong cheese, and other smelly stuff you keep in the fridge.

Salmonella when in cold places tend to reproduce rapidly contaminating everything is in the refrigerator, for this reason, it is important to keep this battery reach this place.

Experts declared that if the egg was cracked into a frying pan right from the fridge and cooked until it resembles OK, the yolk would only be blood warm and since the yolks at that time were sometimes contaminated with salmonella which could be harmful.

Always Keep Eggs in their Carton

We know several people like to toss away the egg carton but experts recommend to always stock your eggs in their original carton.


Firstly, the carton protects the eggs and stops them from receiving strong odors and flavors of other foods in your fridge through the thousands of tiny pores in the egg shell.

Secondly, the Best Before Date is always noticeable to you so you can guarantee freshness.

Lastly, eggs should always be put with the large end up, the same way they are packaged in the carton. This helps the yolk remain centered.

Source: Peanut Daily, Youtube