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WALKING_WONDER Posts: 12,354
1/28/12 10:53 A

Thanks everyone! I'm going to go with a week, and I'm going to keep them in a container on one of my shelves. Thanks again for all the help!

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1/27/12 11:51 P

I generally boil my eggs for the week (I take them to work with me to eat as a snack, or on my salad at lunch -- my husband eats them for weekday breakfasts) on Sunday.

DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 28,187
1/27/12 8:25 P

These are the food safety facts with hard cooked eggs:
1. They should be kept for no longer than 1 week.
2. Store them in the carton on a refrigerator shelf; "not" the egg area on the refrigerator door.

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1/27/12 5:09 P

Eggs in general last for a very long time with refrigeration. I had raw eggs left in my fridge when I went home for winter break and when I came back a month later, they were perfectly fine. Hard boiled eggs don't last as long because cooking them causes the shell to become more porous.

LAETU5 Posts: 1,405
1/27/12 3:40 P

I also would think about a week is ok...but only if the shell doesn't crack during cooking. If the shell cracks then follow the 3 day rule.

JENMC14 Posts: 2,786
1/27/12 3:37 P

I think I usually keep them for a week or so.

WALKING_WONDER Posts: 12,354
1/27/12 3:16 P

How long would hard-boiled eggs last in the fridge? I want to cook a bunch up and have just one a day, so I want to know how many I should cook up in advance, Any help is greatly appreciated!

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