My mother never uses the built-in egg tray in the refrigerator door. My mother-in-law has and will always keep her eggs in a bowl on the counter, while my roommate used to keep them in the fridge in a tupperware container. The question is, where do YOU keep them?
Although we all have our different ways of doing things, most are inspired out of necessity. Different living situations breed different instinctive behavior.Where do you keep your eggs? In the carton? In the fridge? In a sack under your bed? (Well, hopefully not, but you get the idea.) What are your reasons for storing them there?
If you're curious about the reasons behind refrigerating vs. not refrigerating eggs, make sure to check out Dana's post from earlier today: Is Refrigerating Eggs Necessary?
Related: What's the Difference? White, Brown, and Blue Eggs
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