When your chickens are producing more than you need diy water glassing preserves unrefrigerated eggs for a year.
Contrary to popular belief, chickens do not naturally lay eggs all year round. There are however ways that you can artificially convince chickens to lay eggs all year round. That is unless you know the secret of preserving fresh, unwashed eggs.
This video introduces the viewer to a very useful method for preserving freshly laid eggs. The videos showing how to water glass eggs and a look at the eggs eight months later is from Homesteading Family.
This is the way folks kept their fresh eggs through the winter back before there was refrigeration. She tells us that if you have a cellar or basement that is considerably cooler than a house without air conditioning, the eggs would probably keep up to two years.
The process is designed strictly to be used with uncleaned fresh not store bought eggs. If you start a large bucket or crock you can add to it until it is full simply by adding more solution to keep the eggs covered. This is very interesting and useful for folks with chickens.
Benefits of watching the video Homesteading 101: DIY Water Glassing Preserves Unrefrigerated Eggs for a Year
Discover the number one method for preserving your freshly laid eggs to make them last longer.
The video describes everything that you need to have on hand in order to make your fresh eggs last nearly all year long.
The presenter walks you through all of the steps that you need to follow in order to successfully preserve your eggs.
The video is the perfect way for the creator to share this very important bit of information.