Fresh eggs can be stored in a cool, dark location for several months depending on the storage method you use. Before you preserve eggs in any way, make sure they are fresh and without cracks. Eggs should be stored pointed side down to prevent the yolk from having contact with the shell. Then the shell must be enveloped in a protective coating. I found at least eight ways to preserve fresh eggs, but a few of them sounded like the Dark Ages involving odd things like lime (not the fruit) and charcoal. I say let's be realistic. We all like easy, and by far the easiest way to preserve eggs is in oil.
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