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Pre-cracking and storing eggs

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When I do breakfast events, I usually pre-crack most of my eggs into a container the evening before. How long can pre-cracked eggs (removed from shell) be stored safely?

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I have found this site very helpful--
StillTasty.com | How Long to Keep / Best Way to Store Dairy & Eggs

they say 2-4 days. I break mine into 5 gallon buckets but put them on the line in 1/3 pans on ice, so they stay cold. I use them for breakfast, quiches for lunch, baking, so I don't think I ever have them that long?
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Nan
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That's what I was figuring. I have a busy work week and prepping some things, like eggs, an extra day earlier sure helps cut down the work stress.
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Line the plastic tubs with a plastic bag it is cleaner, and if left over can be frozen in bag. I use 2 days at most..
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