Monthly Archives: June 2010

Ready or Not #55: Freezing Eggs

The incredible, edible egg.  Good scrambled — but even better in an angel food cake.  Simply divine!

Many people have been asking, “How do I freeze eggs?”  Good question.  Our Ready or Not #55: Freezing Eggs tells it all.  (Armed with this information, you’ll be able to have some egg whites in your freezer to on-the-spur-of-the-moment whip up an angel food cake for unexpected company.

Ready or Not #54: Eggs

Eggs.  Aren’t they pretty much perfect?  You can boil them, fry them, poach them or bake them.  They make a wonderful breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert.  I love eating eggs; easy over is the best.  Even when the fad was to avoid them like the plague because somebody linked them with high cholesterol, I stuck with them – and I was proven right; eggs are once again healthy for us.

Now that they are back on the approved eating list, you’ll want to consider adding them to your storage.  I can hear you asking: just HOW do I store eggs.  I’m so glad you asked!  Read our Ready or Not #54: Eggs to find out the easiest of all ways to store eggs.

Ready or Not #53: Storage and Accessibility

In building an effective food storage, it is imperative that you make it accessible.  I started thinking about this when I asked one of my kids to go downstairs and fill the counter-top salt container.  They groaned.  Oh brother.  I have 50 lbs. of salt in a container downstairs, so what is the big deal?

Read our Ready or Not #53: Storage and Accessibility to find out what the big deal is — and to learn what you should do about it.