Storing Eggs Correctly
Store eggs with the pointed end down and the blunt, more rounded side facing up. Doing this will keep the yolk more centered inside the egg, helping to keep the egg fresh. Within the shell, an air bubble is located at the blunt end, and any air that enters the egg will enter through the blunt end and lodge in the air bubble. In storing eggs blunt end up, this pocket of air stays away from the yolk, which is far more likely to be contaminated by any bacteria that enters the egg than the non-bacteria-friendly white. Now you know!
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