By Carolyn Shearlock © 2012 • all rights reserved

Round up of tips for using and storing eggs, including info on how best to clean it up if/when you do drop one!

Eggs are one of the most-asked-about topics here on The Boat Galley, and no wonder.  I know I had all sorts of questions about how I was going to store them and use them — heck, I wondered if it was realistic to think I could have fresh eggs — as we began planning to take off.

So here’s a mini-series round up of the articles I’ve written on eggs . . .

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  1. During my cruise down the coast of the eastern US this summer, I bought all of my eggs refrigerated and did not refrigerate them aboard. I would estimate I went through about 3 dozen eggs and not one of them spoiled. I would estimate that the eggs were on the shelf for up to 2 weeks at a time.

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