Just like many people around the globe you probably like eating eggs for breakfast. They’re an excellent breakfast food, nutritious, healthy and delicious. Plus, they’re super easy to prepare and you can make a whole variety of meals with them. However, if you enjoy this food just like the majority of Americans, you need to know the proper way of storage.
Where do you keep your eggs after buying them in the local store? Do you keep them in the fridge? If you’re from North America, Australia, Japan or in Scandinavia you probably do, but surprisingly not everyone does. People from other countries tend to keep eggs on room temperature and although in some cases it may be harmless, sometimes it can be health detrimental.
We all know that the most common risk of consuming eggs is the bacteria known as Salmonella.
“In vitro insertion of salmonella into eggs is more successful with non – refrigerated eggs than with refrigerated eggs” – is published in the Journal of Food Protection.