Preserve Your Eggs for Winter!

Hens lay plenty of eggs in warm weather, with longer daylight hours, but what about in the short days of winter? Well, they lay a lot fewer eggs. So maybe you get too many eggs in the spring and summer, and would like to preserve them for the times they lay fewer eggs.

Caroline, at Homesteading Family, has a tried-and true method of preserving eggs for eight months, or longer, that she shows us. It is a simple method that will help you store excess eggs for use in the winter hours.

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Another method of preserving eggs is to pickle them.

A 240-Year-Old Recipe for Pickling Eggs.

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