How to Spot Bad Eggs

The packing date, not the expiry or sell-by date, is the most dependable on your egg carton.

The expiry date indicates how fresh your eggs are, whereas the sell-by date indicates how long a product should be kept on the shelf. 

To get the Julian date (and complete the arithmetic), a float test may be the way to go.

Because eggshells are permeable (air may readily pass through), older eggs contain more air. After a while, the egg will have enough air within to float.

Shake an egg near your ear. If you don't hear anything, many people say your egg is OK.

It signifies the yolk and/or white have gone bad and are no longer fresh and solid but rather watery.

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