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“The eggs were sold through retail stores and restaurants. They reached consumers in Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia.“


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at least Louisiana didn't make the list 



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Every time I go to the grocery store I buy eggs, and every time I clean out my fridge I throw out an entire container of eggs.
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I throw out a bunch of eggs too usually. Sometimes, I'll make scrambled eggs, soft boiled eggs on toast, or get on a French toast kick though.

My dog used to like hard boiled eggs or scrambled eggs when she was a puppy but she won't eat them anymore.

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I only like fried for most part. During NFL I will do Steak and eggs on Sundays, but I just started that last year. Think I did it three times. I’ve thrown out hundreds of eggs though.

It’s one of those things that are cheap enough that if you toss you don’t feel too bad. Seems like a staple you should just have in the fridge for some reason.
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boil them (8 outta 12?) early on then they will stay good

 

use in salads ; garden , tuna , plain egg , ham...


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There’s also a romaine lettuce problem right now

Avoid at any and all costs

People are getting salmonella
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boil them (8 outta 12?) early on then they will stay good

use in salads ; garden , tuna , plain egg , ham...


Good to know Samuel.
I can’t I do eggs on a green salad...like a Cobb...blech.... I can however do, egg salad. Not an egg fan generally u less I’m on a low-carb kick and then I will eat them more often.
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EGG ZACK LEE



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I'm using eggs now dated dec, they're just fine, the recall is all nonsense.



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I'm using eggs now dated dec, they're just fine, the recall is all nonsense.



Aren’t you in Minnesota though?
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Aren’t you in Minnesota though?

yea, but that doesn't matter, so they recalled a bunch of eggs due to salmonella, we know the inside of the egg is fine, so obviosly the outside of the eggs have salmonella on them, they could just tell people to wash them well.



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they started selling a pack of 6 eggs here... perfect. now i waste 2 instead of 20

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yea, but that doesn't matter, so they recalled a bunch of eggs due to salmonella, we know the inside of the egg is fine, so obviosly the outside of the eggs have salmonella on them, they could just tell people to wash them well.


How do you know the inside is fine? The contamination can happen before the shell is formed.
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How do you know the inside is fine? The contamination can happen before the shell is formed.


Egg-zactly

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Who would take any chances for a buck or 2?


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There’s also a romaine lettuce problem right now

Avoid at any and all costs

People are getting salmonella

 

 

salmonella in lettuce?

 

news for me



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There’s also a romaine lettuce problem right now
Avoid at any and all costs
People are getting salmonella


That’s good to know. I have about three packages of those prepackaged salads in the fridge.
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How do you know the inside is fine? The contamination can happen before the shell is formed.


Merlin is a full blown retard nutter. He doesn’t know shit about shit.
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Merlin is a full blown retard nutter. He doesn’t know shit about shit.


Is he the one who routinely eats expired meat or something? That would explain the lack of concern for salmonella I guess.
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Is he the one who routinely eats expired meat or something? That would explain the lack of concern for salmonella I guess.


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How do you know the inside is fine? The contamination can happen before the shell is formed.

Then they would kill the chickens.



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Is he the one who routinely eats expired meat or something? That would explain the lack of concern for salmonella I guess.

Got a half price deal on some ground beef at aldi last week that was going bad. Very tasty burgers.



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Then they would kill the chickens.


? Who would what?

I’m not sure what you are saying I guess.
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? Who would what?

I’m not sure what you are saying I guess.

The inside of an egg is clean and sterile, the only way salmonella would get inside is if the shell was cracked(which is why you're not supposed to eat cracked eggs). If there's salmonella on the recalled eggs it's likely because of contamination at the place where they're washed, eggs are washed before they're packaged, so the bleach or whatever they use to clean them obviously was not up to snuff.






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