On February 20th of this year, I bought some eggs at a very low price and here is what I did:
Dip each egg into mineral oil. Place it back in the egg carton. Set the carton(s) on a shelf in a cool room. My storage room never gets above 70 degrees or below 40 degrees F. Mark the date on your calendar, and each month, turn the egg cartons over.
It has been 4 months now. The eggs are fine and taste delicious!
Here are two eggs that I cracked into a bowl this morning:
I heated my nice Griswold cast iron skillet until it was fairly hot, added a pat of butter, spread that around, sprinkled in salt and pepper and then carefully poured in the eggs:
When they were at least half done, I flipped them upside-down with a metal spatula:
When the top was done as I like it, they went onto a plate:
Very yummy. I will keep checking them each month. So far, so good, and this will really make it easy for me to save eggs. It's very cheap to do, too. Mineral oil can be purchased at any pharmacy.
Please let me know if you try this and what you think!