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Jewish Recipes --> Food and Health --> Egg Storage Chart - FDA

Egg Storage Chart

Product

Refrigerator

Freezer

Raw eggs in shell

3 to 5 weeks

Do not freeze. Instead, beat yolks and whites together; then freeze.

Raw egg whites

2 to 4 days

12 months

Raw egg yolks

2 to 4 days

Yolks do not freeze well.

Raw egg accidentally frozen in shell

Use immediately after thawing.

Keep frozen; then
refrigerate to thaw.

Hard-cooked eggs

1 week

Do not freeze.

Egg substitutes, liquid
Unopened

10 days

12 months

Egg substitutes, liquid
Opened

3 days

Do not freeze.

Egg substitutes, frozen
Unopened

After thawing, 7 days or refer to “Use-By” date.

12 months

Egg substitutes, frozen
Opened

After thawing, 3 days or refer to “Use-By” date.

Do not freeze.

Casseroles with eggs

3 to 4 days

After baking, 2 to 3 months.

Eggnog
Commercial

3 to 5 days

6 months

Eggnog
Homemade

2 to 4 days

Do not freeze.

Pies
Pumpkin or pecan

3 to 4 days

After baking, 1 to 2 months.

Pies
Custard and chiffon

3 to 4 days

Do not freeze.

Quiche with filling

3 to 4 days

After baking, 1 to 2 months

 
 

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