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If you allow the egg to dry too long it will eat away the paint on the side of your home, as well as the on the frames around your windows. Dried eggs can also damage the glass of your windows (etching). Again, as soon as you find that you have been egged start to work getting them off your home and windows.
- How do you store eggs for a long time without refrigeration? Grease each egg carefully and thoroughly with Vaseline. Paint each egg with sodium silicate (water glass). Boil each egg 10 seconds. Deep-freeze the eggs. Turn over the eggs every two or three days.
- Why is my green EGG smoking so much? White/gray smoke is caused by incomplete combustion in your fire, sending ash and creosote flying around your Egg and onto your meat. The result is a bitter product that looks dark and charred. The image below shows white smoke pouring out of my Egg; this is NOT time to put meat on the grill!
- Can I put dirty eggs in the incubator? Keep only clean eggs for hatching. Do not wash dirty eggs or wipe eggs clean with a damp cloth. This removes the egg's protective coating and exposes it to entry of disease organisms. The washing and rubbing action also serves to force disease organisms through the pores of the shell.
- Is it OK to fry eggs in bacon grease? Can you cook eggs in bacon grease? You can cook eggs in bacon grease. Cooking eggs in bacon grease (whether scrambled or fried) will add a salty, smoky flavor to the eggs. The bacon grease will also help prevent the eggs from sticking to the pan.
- How do you know a egg is bad? Simply fill a bowl with cold tap water and place your eggs in it. If they sink to the bottom and lay flat on one side, they are fresh and good to eat. A bad egg will float because of the large air cell that forms at its base. Any floating eggs should be thrown out.
- What time of year do bluebirds lay their eggs? The female Bluebird begins laying eggs between 6 and 7 days after the nest is completed. The overall timing of egg-laying throughout the Bluebird's range reflects the timing of nest building. Egg-laying begins during February and March in the warmer southern states and March and April in the northern and colder states.