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Post by The WebMaster on Sat Mar 21, 2009 4:32 pm

Egg Freshness

There are a few ways to tell how fresh an egg is. The easiest way is the float test. It is when you float the egg in water and if it floats the egg is old. If it sinks it is fresh. This is due to the egg gaining air through the shell as it ages causing it to float.

The second way is the egg candling. This is similar to how you check that there is a baby in the egg. To check for freshness you look at the air cell If it is small than it is fresh. If it is large the egg is older. You can also tell with this method if there are any blood, or meat spots and if the egg is cracked.

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