If you’re like most people out there, then eggs never miss from your fridge, even if you’re not some great whiz in the kitchen. Eggs are not only extremely filling because they are packed with protein, but there are a lot of ways you can make them to ensure you never get bored of eating them.
Think about it. You can boil, fry, pouch, scramble them, and more. You can use them to make a lot of different recipes from a simple omelet to a sophisticated soufflé. And unless you are fortunate enough to have access to fresh eggs from a farm all the time, then you most likely get your eggs from the store. You most likely buy eggs whenever you go to the supermarket, you know, just in case.
But do you have any idea what is the average age of the eggs you can buy from most supermarkets? Well, your first impulse would be to look on the packaging, but that only tells you the expiration date. If you want to make sure the eggs you’ll be paying for are actually fresh, there are some easy ways to test them.
Watch the video below to find out what they are.