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Good Egg, Bad Egg

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With our “girls”/chickens laying fresh eggs daily, I don’t need to worry about freshness in the eggs. But if you buy your eggs and they are stored for a while in the refrigerator check the photo out to see if your eggs are fresh. A fresh egg sinks; the older the egg, the more air that gets into the shell, so that’s why an old egg floats.

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