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Refrigerating eggs at night out all day

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created May 17, 2013 at 10:18 AM

Ok this is my question if you hard boil eggs and refrigerate them at night and then leave them out all day would that make them safe to eat like a week or so later?

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on May 17, 2013
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My rule, if they smell funky they probably are past the prime. Otherwise enjoy. I mean the worse consequences is you learn your lesson and spend the day in the bathroom.

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That wouldn't fly in the food service industry. So you can think of this question as: would you eat hardboiled eggs from a restaurant who left them out all day?

Honestly, considering the price of eggs, it's really just not worth the risk. Just hard boil some more ... and get them in a cooler case if you need to travel or whatever happened in your case.

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Other countries don't put eggs in the fridge, and they stay fresh for a while. But once cooked, all bets are off. They last only a few days, even boiled.

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