Friday, September 25, 2009


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You can, paying attention. Whole eggs in the shell can't be frozen, even boiled eggs. To freeze whole eggs, you need to take it of from shell, whisk slightly with a fork and a pinch of salt or sugar.
Egg whites can be frozen without care, but yolks must to be slightly beaten with a little salt or sugar. You can put the eggs into ice molds, it'll be easy to use. Don't forget to label indicating how much sugar or salt was used to each egg.
To defrost just leave in the fridge.

Durability: 12 months.


  1. i usually leave quite some egg whites after like making a cake. i didnt know i could actully freeze it!
    very good tip! thank you!

  2. Wow, what a revelation! Didn't even think abt freezing eggs before. This is useful info & thank you for sharing!

  3. Wonderful frugal tip! So many times I toss away the part that I don't need for a recipe. I am now going to freeze the unused portion of egg. Excellent, timely tip. Thank you so much!!

  4. I freeze eggwhites, but didn't know you could freeze yolks! Thank you!



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