From the link provided below: itís best not to freeze hard-boiled whole eggs and hard-boiled whites because they become tough and watery when frozen.
In general, if left in their shells, hard boiled eggs will keep a week in the refrigerator. idk... if it was me, I'd boil up enough eggs to last a week (on a day when I wasn't working, or while I was in the kitchen anyway, doing something else).
Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone
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I make hard boiled eggs each week. After I peel them I put them in a gallon ziplock bag and add sea salt and fresh black pepper. Shake the bad to spread the salt and pepper and put in the fridge. They are delicious and get better everyday marinating in the salt and pepper.
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If you like to make hard boiled eggs a bunch at a time then pickling may be an option for you. I like pickled eggs and I believe they last longer once pickled. I buy pickled beets and do not throw away the pickling juice. I then use it for eggs once then discard it. Just a thought. Pickled eggs are not for everyone.
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