Duck Egg Storage Methods ?

How to Store Duck Eggs ?

                                          


How to Store Duck Eggs in this content? You can find the answer to your question.

Duck eggs are not as common as chicken eggs, but they are just as easy to prepare and store. Duck eggs are larger in size and have a larger yolk and are richer in nutrients than chicken eggs.

Since their shells are thicker, they have a longer shelf life than chicken eggs. Duck eggs can be stored for six weeks if refrigerated, or two weeks if not.

Instructions

* Fill the kitchen sink with hot water and unscented dish soap. Carefully wash each egg to remove any dirt or debris.

* Carefully dry each egg with a towel. Discard any eggs that may be damaged or cracked. Put the dried eggs in a large bowl or other container.

* Duck eggs are kept in a cool and dry place for two weeks. Put duck eggs in the refrigerator for six weeks.

Tips and Warnings

Make sure you buy your duck eggs from a reliable source or collect them yourself to ensure their freshness.


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