How to Tell If an Egg Has Gone Bad

Useful information from Bon Appétit tells you how to distinguish good eggs from bad. The method is simple: All you have to do is drop them in water. If they sink, they’re fresh; if they’re submerged with the wide end up they’re old but still useful. But if they float, they’re bad. With that out of the way, all we have to do is talk about how good eggs are for your health and as a palate-pleasing entrée on your plate. The myth that eggs are bad for you...

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