VERY little comes close to the feeling you get when you see an immaculately organised pantry complete with uniform stacking and perfectly lined up rows.
And after putting her blood, sweat and tears into her own, one woman proudly showed it off online but, people noticed something they thought wasn’t quite right.
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“Pantry organising day!” the Australian woman reportedly wrote alongside the photo, and offered a word of advice for others hoping to do the same.
She said: “I would advise if you want to organise your supplies, then you need to pull everything out of your pantry, assess and re-organise.”
But while some were in awe of the uniform stacking, others couldn’t look past the eggs sitting on the second shelf.
That’s right, the eggs, because according to the masses eggs should NEVER be stored in the pantry and the fridge is the place for them.
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“Now you just need to put the eggs in the fridge and get some Tupperware,” one woman criticised, according to Mail Online.
A second agreed: “Eggs in the pantry! This is NOT okay.”
A third suggested that maybe the “egg cartons are empty” and pointed out that “eggs go off seven times quicker at room temperature compared to a fridge.”
But, it seems, not everyone agreed, with many jumping to the woman’s defence – even an egg farmer chimed in.
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“I’m an egg farmer, fresh eggs store on shelf for four weeks, six weeks in the fridge,” they said. “They are very stable as long as not stored in a hot place or in sunlight.”
UK guidelines state that eggs should be stored in a “cool dry place,
ideally in the fridge, until you use them”.
And according to the British Egg Information Service eggs should be stored at a constant temperature below 20°C as this maintains freshness and quality.
This means the fridge is always the best option – however, it can differ between countries.
In Australia, for example, Australian consumer organisation Choice said eggs don’t need to go in the fridge, but they will last longer if that’s where they’re stored.
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