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How long MAXIMUM can I keep them in the fridge after boiling? Should
it be kept unpeeled or peeled to last longer? The reason I ask is
that oiled eggs is my eary breakfast 0 when I am still in bed and
sleepy and can't get up to eat but needed to eat for my hypoglycemia
and so I keep a piece of wheat bred ad a boiled egg by bed. So far I
boiled about 6 at a time. I need to make more space in the fridge and
so I am thinking to remove egg cartons - I buy 3 cartons at a time
when I got to special store like Super walmart and get a good rate for
the most expensive kind.

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How long MAXIMUM can I keep them in the fridge after boiling?


I'd say a week.

Should
it be kept unpeeled or peeled to last longer?


Think about that a minute.

The reason I ask is
that oiled eggs is my eary breakfast 0 when I am still in bed and
sleepy and can't get up to eat


Do you have a fridge next to your bed?


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amandaF wrote:

How long MAXIMUM can I keep them in the fridge after boiling? Should
it be kept unpeeled or peeled to last longer? The reason I ask is
that oiled eggs is my eary breakfast 0 when I am still in bed and
sleepy and can't get up to eat but needed to eat for my hypoglycemia
and so I keep a piece of wheat bred ad a boiled egg by bed. So far I
boiled about 6 at a time. I need to make more space in the fridge and
so I am thinking to remove egg cartons - I buy 3 cartons at a time
when I got to special store like Super walmart and get a good rate for
the most expensive kind.


I think you're ****ed. Figgerig all tha shi out is frustrating.

But you deserve a second opinion. I say 5 days. And I'll lock in
that answer.

-sw
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On Jul 24, 8:37 pm, amandaF wrote:
How long MAXIMUM can I keep them in the fridge after boiling? Should
it be kept unpeeled or peeled to last longer? The reason I ask is
that oiled eggs is my eary breakfast 0 when I am still in bed and
sleepy and can't get up to eat but needed to eat for my hypoglycemia
and so I keep a piece of wheat bred ad a boiled egg by bed. So far I
boiled about 6 at a time. I need to make more space in the fridge and
so I am thinking to remove egg cartons - I buy 3 cartons at a time
when I got to special store like Super walmart and get a good rate for
the most expensive kind.


I make up 7 at a time and they are fine til I finish them at one a
day.
Leave them in the shell, and peel them when ready to eat. Only keep
one
out overnight on your bedtable. And if it smells off when you crack
it,
don't eat it.

Leave them in the cartons before cooking, don't put them on the egg
rack
on the refrigerator door. Uncooked and in the fridge, they'll be ok
for
about a month, or til the date on the end of the carton. The white
gets
thinner, and the yolk doesn't stand up as high and breaks more easily,
but
they are still wholesome.

maxine in ri
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On Jul 24, 7:29 pm, Sqwertz wrote:
amandaF wrote:
How long MAXIMUM can I keep them in the fridge after boiling? Should
it be kept unpeeled or peeled to last longer? The reason I ask is
that oiled eggs is my eary breakfast 0 when I am still in bed and
sleepy and can't get up to eat but needed to eat for my hypoglycemia
and so I keep a piece of wheat bred ad a boiled egg by bed. So far I
boiled about 6 at a time. I need to make more space in the fridge and
so I am thinking to remove egg cartons - I buy 3 cartons at a time
when I got to special store like Super walmart and get a good rate for
the most expensive kind.


I think you're ****ed. Figgerig all tha shi out is frustrating.


You think I am doing this as a choice?

I can't eat anything but egg or beef and wheat bread unless I don't
want to fee well. These past 7-9 days, I have been strictly on wheat
bread and egg (or wheat bread and steak) for breakfast, wheat
tortilla and beef curry or fajita for both lunch and dinner -
sometimes also eating a little of except egg noodle w/ beef - in order
to feel well Today, I was near an Asian grocery store and went in
there but bought only a pack of fresh egg noodle. I didn't even buy
any vegetable, fearing that if I do stir fry (just vegetable or vege
and meat) I would end up making rice and some other dish that goes
with rice and would end with misery that would come from blood sugar
instability.

I am moving and will have a roommate and will be sharing the fridge
and thought of crunching the space of keeping cartons of eggs. I
guess, I can't. I'll get rid of juice bottles guess. Can't drink the
damn thing anymore anyway.

Am I blessed or cursed, eating just wheat product and meat? I will
never have to worry about gaining weight cus I won't be eating too
much starch.



But you deserve a second opinion. I say 5 days. And I'll lock in
that answer.


That's what I have been doing anyway. I used to eat (2 eggs- 1 egg
yolk) but now I have started trying just one egg.


-sw




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amandaF wrote:

On Jul 24, 7:29 pm, Sqwertz wrote:
amandaF wrote:
How long MAXIMUM can I keep them in the fridge after boiling? Should
it be kept unpeeled or peeled to last longer? The reason I ask is
that oiled eggs is my eary breakfast 0 when I am still in bed and
sleepy and can't get up to eat but needed to eat for my hypoglycemia
and so I keep a piece of wheat bred ad a boiled egg by bed. So far I
boiled about 6 at a time. I need to make more space in the fridge and
so I am thinking to remove egg cartons - I buy 3 cartons at a time
when I got to special store like Super walmart and get a good rate for
the most expensive kind.


I think you're ****ed. Figgerig all tha shi out is frustrating.


You think I am doing this as a choice?

I can't eat anything but egg or beef and wheat bread unless I don't
want to fee well. These past 7-9 days, I have been strictly on wheat
bread and egg (or wheat bread and steak) for breakfast, wheat
tortilla and beef curry or fajita for both lunch and dinner -
sometimes also eating a little of except egg noodle w/ beef - in order
to feel well Today, I was near an Asian grocery store and went in
there but bought only a pack of fresh egg noodle. I didn't even buy
any vegetable, fearing that if I do stir fry (just vegetable or vege
and meat) I would end up making rice and some other dish that goes
with rice and would end with misery that would come from blood sugar
instability.

I am moving and will have a roommate and will be sharing the fridge
and thought of crunching the space of keeping cartons of eggs. I
guess, I can't. I'll get rid of juice bottles guess. Can't drink the
damn thing anymore anyway.

Am I blessed or cursed, eating just wheat product and meat? I will
never have to worry about gaining weight cus I won't be eating too
much starch.


Go and see a dietician. Seriously. There is no need for you to be on
such a limited diet.

Miche

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On Jul 24, 10:24 pm, Miche wrote:
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amandaF wrote:
On Jul 24, 7:29 pm, Sqwertz wrote:
amandaF wrote:
How long MAXIMUM can I keep them in the fridge after boiling? Should
it be kept unpeeled or peeled to last longer? The reason I ask is
that oiled eggs is my eary breakfast 0 when I am still in bed and
sleepy and can't get up to eat but needed to eat for my hypoglycemia
and so I keep a piece of wheat bred ad a boiled egg by bed. So far I
boiled about 6 at a time. I need to make more space in the fridge and
so I am thinking to remove egg cartons - I buy 3 cartons at a time
when I got to special store like Super walmart and get a good rate for
the most expensive kind.


I think you're ****ed. Figgerig all tha shi out is frustrating.


You think I am doing this as a choice?


I can't eat anything but egg or beef and wheat bread unless I don't
want to fee well. These past 7-9 days, I have been strictly on wheat
bread and egg (or wheat bread and steak) for breakfast, wheat
tortilla and beef curry or fajita for both lunch and dinner -
sometimes also eating a little of except egg noodle w/ beef - in order
to feel well Today, I was near an Asian grocery store and went in
there but bought only a pack of fresh egg noodle. I didn't even buy
any vegetable, fearing that if I do stir fry (just vegetable or vege
and meat) I would end up making rice and some other dish that goes
with rice and would end with misery that would come from blood sugar
instability.


I am moving and will have a roommate and will be sharing the fridge
and thought of crunching the space of keeping cartons of eggs. I
guess, I can't. I'll get rid of juice bottles guess. Can't drink the
damn thing anymore anyway.


Am I blessed or cursed, eating just wheat product and meat? I will
never have to worry about gaining weight cus I won't be eating too
much starch.


Go and see a dietician. Seriously. There is no need for you to be on
such a limited diet.

Miche


I'll introduce eating other things again slowly. I don't feel like
eating much especially in summer anyway. I am just happy that I can
stretch more time between the meals instead of having to think about
eating every couple of hours


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Electricians do it in three phases


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On Jul 24, 7:37*pm, amandaF wrote:
How long MAXIMUM can I keep them in the fridge after boiling? Should
it be kept unpeeled or peeled to last longer? *The reason I ask is
that oiled eggs is my eary breakfast 0 when I am still in bed and
sleepy and can't get up to eat but needed to eat for my hypoglycemia
and so I keep a piece of wheat bred ad a boiled egg by bed. So far I
boiled about 6 at a time. I need to make more space in the fridge and
so I am thinking to remove egg cartons - I buy 3 cartons at a time
when I got to special store like Super walmart and get a good rate for
the most expensive kind.


If you buy 3 dozen at a time, and they're relatively fresh when you
buy them, you can keep them for up to 6 weeks in the refrigerator. I
would keep them like that - raw in the shell - until cook time and
only cook them 3 days' worth at a time. That's all my stomach can
handle, although I know some people can keep them 5 days without
problems. I, personally, wouldn't peel them until ready to eat them,
but others may have better ideas on that.

N.
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On Thu, 24 Jul 2008 17:37:33 -0700 (PDT), amandaF
wrote:

How long MAXIMUM can I keep them in the fridge after boiling? Should
it be kept unpeeled or peeled to last longer? The reason I ask is
that oiled eggs is my eary breakfast 0 when I am still in bed and
sleepy and can't get up to eat but needed to eat for my hypoglycemia
and so I keep a piece of wheat bred ad a boiled egg by bed. So far I
boiled about 6 at a time. I need to make more space in the fridge and
so I am thinking to remove egg cartons - I buy 3 cartons at a time
when I got to special store like Super walmart and get a good rate for
the most expensive kind.


according to the dope at the f.d.a. website:

According to the FDA, (U. S. Food and Drug Administration FDA Consumer
January 1992) "Use raw shell eggs within 5 weeks after bringing them
home. Use hard-cooked eggs (in the shell or peeled) within 1 week
after cooking. Use leftover yolks and whites within 4 days after
removing them from the shell."

if you really want to get into the weeds, each carton should have on
it the julian date the eggs were packed:

http://lancaster.unl.edu/food/ciq-egg-dates.shtml

your pal,
blake
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,
amandaF wrote:

On Jul 24, 10:24 pm, Miche wrote:
In article
,



amandaF wrote:
On Jul 24, 7:29 pm, Sqwertz wrote:
amandaF wrote:
How long MAXIMUM can I keep them in the fridge after boiling? Should
it be kept unpeeled or peeled to last longer? The reason I ask is
that oiled eggs is my eary breakfast 0 when I am still in bed and
sleepy and can't get up to eat but needed to eat for my hypoglycemia
and so I keep a piece of wheat bred ad a boiled egg by bed. So far I
boiled about 6 at a time. I need to make more space in the fridge and
so I am thinking to remove egg cartons - I buy 3 cartons at a time
when I got to special store like Super walmart and get a good rate for
the most expensive kind.


I think you're ****ed. Figgerig all tha shi out is frustrating.


You think I am doing this as a choice?


I can't eat anything but egg or beef and wheat bread unless I don't
want to fee well. These past 7-9 days, I have been strictly on wheat
bread and egg (or wheat bread and steak) for breakfast, wheat
tortilla and beef curry or fajita for both lunch and dinner -
sometimes also eating a little of except egg noodle w/ beef - in order
to feel well Today, I was near an Asian grocery store and went in
there but bought only a pack of fresh egg noodle. I didn't even buy
any vegetable, fearing that if I do stir fry (just vegetable or vege
and meat) I would end up making rice and some other dish that goes
with rice and would end with misery that would come from blood sugar
instability.


I am moving and will have a roommate and will be sharing the fridge
and thought of crunching the space of keeping cartons of eggs. I
guess, I can't. I'll get rid of juice bottles guess. Can't drink the
damn thing anymore anyway.


Am I blessed or cursed, eating just wheat product and meat? I will
never have to worry about gaining weight cus I won't be eating too
much starch.


Go and see a dietician. Seriously. There is no need for you to be on
such a limited diet.

Miche


I'll introduce eating other things again slowly. I don't feel like
eating much especially in summer anyway. I am just happy that I can
stretch more time between the meals instead of having to think about
eating every couple of hours


At least consider seeing a dietician. That way you can be sure of
getting all the nutrients you need.

Miche

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Electricians do it in three phases


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On Jul 25, 12:45 pm, Nancy2 wrote:
On Jul 24, 7:37 pm, amandaF wrote:

How long MAXIMUM can I keep them in the fridge after boiling? Should
it be kept unpeeled or peeled to last longer? The reason I ask is
that oiled eggs is my eary breakfast 0 when I am still in bed and
sleepy and can't get up to eat but needed to eat for my hypoglycemia
and so I keep a piece of wheat bred ad a boiled egg by bed. So far I
boiled about 6 at a time. I need to make more space in the fridge and
so I am thinking to remove egg cartons - I buy 3 cartons at a time
when I got to special store like Super walmart and get a good rate for
the most expensive kind.


If you buy 3 dozen at a time, and they're relatively fresh when you
buy them, you can keep them for up to 6 weeks in the refrigerator. I
would keep them like that - raw in the shell - until cook time and
only cook them 3 days' worth at a time. That's all my stomach can
handle, although I know some people can keep them 5 days without
problems. I, personally, wouldn't peel them until ready to eat them,
but others may have better ideas on that.

N.


Okay, I'll boil 3 at a time or for 3 days supply and keep them in
shell until ready to eat them.
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On Jul 25, 2:12 pm, Miche wrote:
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amandaF wrote:
On Jul 24, 10:24 pm, Miche wrote:
In article
,


amandaF wrote:
On Jul 24, 7:29 pm, Sqwertz wrote:
amandaF wrote:
How long MAXIMUM can I keep them in the fridge after boiling? Should
it be kept unpeeled or peeled to last longer? The reason I ask is
that oiled eggs is my eary breakfast 0 when I am still in bed and
sleepy and can't get up to eat but needed to eat for my hypoglycemia
and so I keep a piece of wheat bred ad a boiled egg by bed. So far I
boiled about 6 at a time. I need to make more space in the fridge and
so I am thinking to remove egg cartons - I buy 3 cartons at a time
when I got to special store like Super walmart and get a good rate for
the most expensive kind.


I think you're ****ed. Figgerig all tha shi out is frustrating.


You think I am doing this as a choice?


I can't eat anything but egg or beef and wheat bread unless I don't
want to fee well. These past 7-9 days, I have been strictly on wheat
bread and egg (or wheat bread and steak) for breakfast, wheat
tortilla and beef curry or fajita for both lunch and dinner -
sometimes also eating a little of except egg noodle w/ beef - in order
to feel well Today, I was near an Asian grocery store and went in
there but bought only a pack of fresh egg noodle. I didn't even buy
any vegetable, fearing that if I do stir fry (just vegetable or vege
and meat) I would end up making rice and some other dish that goes
with rice and would end with misery that would come from blood sugar
instability.


I am moving and will have a roommate and will be sharing the fridge
and thought of crunching the space of keeping cartons of eggs. I
guess, I can't. I'll get rid of juice bottles guess. Can't drink the
damn thing anymore anyway.


Am I blessed or cursed, eating just wheat product and meat? I will
never have to worry about gaining weight cus I won't be eating too
much starch.


Go and see a dietician. Seriously. There is no need for you to be on
such a limited diet.


Miche


I'll introduce eating other things again slowly. I don't feel like
eating much especially in summer anyway. I am just happy that I can
stretch more time between the meals instead of having to think about
eating every couple of hours


At least consider seeing a dietician. That way you can be sure of
getting all the nutrients you need.

Miche


Yesterday, I made a stir-fried dish using ground chicken and Thais
holy basis l seasoning (comes in bottles; no preservative). Ate with
some white rice and steamed broccoli. Felt a little sugar spiking but
not too bad. I ate left over rice and the same chicken around 5 or
5:30pm. Later, went to a sushi place and had a plate of 8 Sashimi - 4
w/ tuna and 4/ with salmon - served with some boiled Edamame. I wish I
can afford to eat that Sashimi plate quite often like every other
day. It was $11.95.

I was never big on sushi; didn't eat that often because of all that
rice wrapped. Was wondering how sashimi was different from sushi
though I have had it before, along with sushi.

Electricians do it in three phases


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amandaF wrote:
How long MAXIMUM can I keep them in the fridge after boiling?
Should it be kept unpeeled or peeled to last longer?



http://www.aeb.org/LearnMore/Eggcycl.../S.htm#Storing


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On Jul 26, 12:38 pm, Sheldon wrote:
amandaF wrote:
How long MAXIMUM can I keep them in the fridge after boiling?
Should it be kept unpeeled or peeled to last longer?


http://www.aeb.org/LearnMore/Eggcycl.../S.htm#Storing


It says .."If you find yourself with more eggs than you will use in
several weeks, freeze them." , but how?


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