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How long are eggs good at room temperature?

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2007-12-17 22:55:49
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Eggs spoil fast after broke open from the shell. Raw eggs should be cooked or refrigerated soon after cracking to prevent food poisoning.

It is a good idea to keep whole eggs refrigerated after one hour at room temperature.

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well they can be in a very mild room tempter but if they are out longer then 4 days there no good.



Cooked eggs can sit out at room temperature for about the length of the day. The eggs will need to be refrigerated if they will not be eaten in 24 hours.



Since hard-cooked eggs are a potentially hazardous food, the maximum time they should be kept at room temperature is 2 hours.


Yes - room temperature eggs create better volume when whisked than cold eggs. Cakes and meringues rise much better when when eggs are room temperature.


If an egg is already refrigerated, it should not be left out at room temperature no longer than two hours. This is because eggs will sweat and this will inhibit growth of bacteria.


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they need to be the same temp as the room that they are in... IMORTAN: DO NOT CHANGE THE TEM OF THE ROOM THAT THE EGGS ARE IN....


Eggs can be stored in a refrigerator, but they keep well at room temperature too.





That depends how long it was left at room temperature.


Depending on the fruit and the temperature of the room, some fruits should be good for a week or more, possibly two. Bananas may not last as long as other fruits.


For best shelf life and for food safety concerns, eggs should not be kept at room temperature. They should be refrigerated.


Cooked beef should not be left at room temperature for more than 2 hours. Less time is better.


There's no way to know if it is actually good or not. It should not have been left out at room temperature for that long. You will have to make the decision whether or not to use it.


That would depend on the temperature of the room.


Gold is a good example of a metal that is solid at room temperature


I assume you have been carrying out some form of refrigeration process on your eggs, if you want them for eating then don't chill your eggs, they keep better at room temperature. And for preference, the best fried eggs i ever had were using eggs that were still warm from being inside the chicken! However the time to reach room temp for eggs will depend largely on a couple of factors... 1: What is the temperature differential? For example storing your eggs in liquid nitrogen will take a lot longer than storing them in a household refrigerator. 2: How big are the eggs? Small eggs like those from a quail will warm up considerably quicker than those of an ostrich.


Butter can last for days at room temperature. But it is not recommended to leave it out for that long.


Eggs that you buy from the store will not stay fresh for long without refrigeration. Eggs that come right from the chicken can kept at room temperature for weeks. Store bought eggs should be refrigerated within a few hours of buying them just to be safe.


The eggs should be placed at room temperature for 24 hours, then placed in a incubator with the temperature preset. If a hen is being used, the egg can be directly placed under her, as she will slowly warm them up to avoid damaging the chicks inside the eggs.


Some recipes require room temperature eggs, so it is OK to leave them out until they reach room temperature. But you should use them immediately. Leaving eggs out any longer is asking for bacterial growth and risk of food poisoning.



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