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Waxed Eggs



Waxed Eggs are fresh eggs that have been dipped in hot wax (paraffin or candle wax) so that the wax will set and form a protective seal over the shell, helping to extend the storage life of the eggs.


See also:

Eggs

Buttered Eggs (1); Coddled Eggs; Devilled Eggs; Duck Eggs; Egg Corrals; Egg Cups; Egg Cutters; Egg Day; Egg Nog; Egg Poached in Clingfilm Recipe; Egg Slicers; Egg Wash; Eggs Benedict Day; Eggs; Free-Range Chickens; Frittata; Meringue; Omelette; Pasteurized Eggs; Pickled Eggs; Poaching; Preserving Eggs; Quail Eggs; Safe Cooking Temperatures; Separating Eggs; Tortilla (Egg); Waxed Eggs

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Oulton, Randal. "Waxed Eggs." CooksInfo.com. Published 27 February 2007; revised 27 February 2007. Web. Accessed 12/13/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/waxed-eggs>.

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