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Saving eggs long term
#1
Was talking to my Mom yesterday ( she's 88 ) and she was telling me about how they use to save eggs from the warm weather all winter when the birds didn't lay many....
She was saying they mixed up a gelatin and covered the eggs with it for 6 months ( up to a year ).

Never heard of this so I looked it up.... damn , what a concept forgotten.


Here's what she use to do;

Isinglass is a form of gelatin obtained from fish, particularly sturgeon, and it is resistant to bacteria. Note that liquid paraffin can also be used. As with water-glass, the eggs should be wiped clean and free of cracks:
  1. Mix the Isinglass with water according to package directions.
  2. Heat the mixture and then let it cool.
  3. Once cooled it will be a white jelly-like liquid.
  4. Place eggs pointed end down in a crock and pour the cool Isinglass over the eggs, completely covering them.
You can then cover the crock to keep dirt out and remove eggs only as you need them.
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#2
That's good info!  Makes you wonder what other type of useful information has gone to the wayside over the years?
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#3
You can also have fresh eggs with carefully oiled eggs. A layer of cooking oil around an egg can keep it fresh at room temperature for up to a year.
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#4
Coat them in wax,store bought eggs are washed.That removes the defense shell.'08.
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