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The Buckeye Connection

Learning egg safety

March 29, 2010
By Carol Kovachic, Program Assistant, Ohio State University Extension

The Easter season is quickly approaching. One of the favorite activities most families enjoy is treating the children to an Easter egg hunt. To make sure this activity is fun and safe, plastic eggs should be used outside in the yard. The grass may have been sprayed with chemicals, there is dirt and animals may have been using the yard. Egg shells are porous and may allow bacteria or chemicals to enter. Also hard boiled dyed eggs should not be out of a refrigerator for any longer than two hours. When dying eggs, the eggs should be stored in the refrigerator and not placed in a basket on the table; unless of course, the eggs are used only for a decoration. However, if the eggs will be eaten they must be in the refrigerator. The hard boiled eggs will keep for one week stored in the refrigerator.

 
 

 

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