If an egg sinks in a bowl of water it is fresh and good to eat. If an egg begins to stand up in the water it is still good to east. If an egg floats to the top of the water it is not good so don't eat it.
How to determine if an egg is fresh. sinks to bottom and lays on it's side - fresh rests on bottom but fat end rises up slightly - week old balances on pointy end with fat end sticking up - 3 weeks old whole egg floats and bobs around - bad egg
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How to Tell If an Egg is Fresh: Drop an egg into water. If it sinks, it's fresh--perfect for poaching and souffles. If it stays submerged with its wide end up, it's older but good for most uses. If it floats, toss it. (from Bon Appetit
Jihyun David SAVE FOOD FROM THE FRIDGE - Shaping Traditional Oral Knowledge A set of knowledge objects to keep the fruit and vegetables outside the fridge. Each object has its own oral knowledge about.