Easter Eggs Might Still Be Safe

Easter Eggs Might Still Be Safe

It has been recently revealed in a report that Easter eggs might still be safe for eating if care is taken properly. The new trend is however evolved from the traditional Easter eggs, to the ones made in chocolate these days.

However as per the tradition, there was need for hiding these eggs, and then exchanging them for treats when the kids had found them. The researchers say this might still be done if the eggs are handled with care and precaution is taken to return them to the refrigerator after finding them.

One of the main concerns is when the yolk of the egg turns greenish in color. The truth is that this might be due to improper cooking and not due to the egg getting spoilt.

The color change is due to the action of iron and sulfur acting upon the eggs, it has nothing to do with them getting spoilt. For the eggs that have been cooked in very high temperatures, greenish yolks are common, and there is nothing to worry about.

There is however need for being sure that the eggs aren't affected by common infections such as Salmonella, and they should be checked for safety before they are given to kids.


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