Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Rare .55/2 Dozen Eggs Coupon!

Head over HERE to print a rare coupon good for $0.55 off any 2 one-dozen cartons of eggs. Pair this coupon with a sale and you should score some pretty inexpensive eggs. (Coupon expires 1 month from printing.)

Want to stock up on eggs while they're cheap? I like to freeze mine in ice cube trays and use them for scrambled eggs and in recipes. Here's how you do it...
  1. Crack the eggs into a bowl. Eggs can't be frozen in the shell. Remove any small pieces of shell that have fallen in the bowl.
  2. Beat the eggs until mixed thoroughly, but do not whip in air. Pour the mixed eggs into a container and seal tightly. Attach a label with the number of eggs and date. Alternately, freeze the egg mixture in an ice cube tray. Place 3 tbsps. of egg mixture (equal to 1 whole egg) into each section of the tray. Freeze until solid and then remove the cubes and seal them in moisture-vapor resistant containers.
  3. Eggs can be stored in the freezer for up to one year.
  4. When you're ready to thaw your eggs, place the frozen container or cubes in the refrigerator and let them thaw for 24 hours before use.
Read more: How to Freeze Eggs | eHow.com

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