Supermarkets, avoid these eggs – they could be infected

Food used a lot in the kitchen, both cooked and raw, choosing which ones to buy is very important. Some eggs are best avoided

Eggs (Photo Pixabay)

Used in many recipes in the kitchen, the eggs they are appreciated by many. They can be eaten raw or cooked and the most frequent in homes are undoubtedly those of hen. But you can also eat those such as ostrich, duck, quail or goose. Also deriving from fish, they can be found on the tables such as bottarga, caviar and many others.

They provide so many nutrients and proteins, which contain essential amino acids for humans. They are also rich in minerals and vitamins such as folic acid, vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, potassium, phosphorus, calcium and iron. But it is important, when you are in the supermarket, choose the right ones that you can buy to avoid unpleasant consequences.

How to choose the eggs to buy

Egg box (Photo Pixabay)

Being of animal origin, the eggs could be contaminated with bacteria. These could lead to salmonellosis, which is a disease that results from contact with animal feces. In this specific case, the bacteria could settle on the shell. For this it will be essential to try never to contaminate the inside of the egg with the outside.

To avoid unpleasant consequences, it is thought that rinsing the eggs is the simplest solution. In reality this is not the case, as the shell naturally arises a protective film that comes off after washing. The best way to clean an egg, in case it gets dirty, is by passing a damp cloth.

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The first attention, however, is important to have it at the time of purchase, in fact inside the supermarkets knowing how to choose the right packaging will be the basis for avoiding “damage”. Inside these stores, the temperatures are always different from those outside. Because of this it is not recommended buy eggs that are found inside refrigerators. Bringing them outside, the sudden change in temperature could facilitate bacterial formation.

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On the other hand, once you have returned to your home, it is recommended keep them in the refrigerator, in the upper part where the temperature is lower. The dates on the package are also very important. In fact, the date of deposition and that of deadline. In case you want to eat it raw, the advice is to consume it within 9 days from the laying date and no later than.

The article is in Italian

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