Eggs can be found in the kitchens of almost all French homes. According to a survey conducted by CSA for the Interprofession of Eggs (CNPO), 99% of households in France say they consume eggs. “More than 9 out of 10 (91%) do it at least once a week, compared to 84% in 2019”, reports the Agro-media site.
Because eggs offer a significant advantage: they can come in several forms. Here’s how people in France prefer to eat them:
If they are essential for 86% of French people, you still have to be careful that they are not expired. Indeed, the consumption of a rotten egg can be dangerous for health.
Here are the risks involved according to Cosmopolitan:
There is a trick to determine if an egg is edible or not, without having to break it.
You don’t have to rely on the expiration date of your eggs to know if they’re still good. Often, they are still edible several days after the date indicated.
To find out if your eggs are still fresh, all you need is a bowl filled with cold water.
Dip your eggs inside and wait:
From now on, you will be able to eat your eggs in complete peace of mind, without doubting their freshness.