Eggs are nature’s multivitamins. They are so incredibly good for you, and they’re delicious. But if you’re raising chickens, you might have more eggs than you can eat. And if you’re trying to live off the grid (or you simply lose power) and don’t have a working refrigerator, what can you do with all those extra eggs?
In this video, An American Homestead explains his easy method for preserving and storing eggs. So what is this amazing method…?
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Pickled eggs. That’s right. All you have to do is hardboil the eggs, peel them, put them in a jar, and fill it up with vinegar. And no refrigeration is needed. Then your eggs will last several months, at least.
If you want, you can throw other things in the jar with the eggs. For example, you could put garlic cloves or jalapeno slices in there. This will give the eggs a little flavor. Just let them sit for at least a month before you eat them.
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M. P. says
I take it you didn’t have to pressure cook it, correct?
I make pickle beet eggs like this, they are sooooo good !