THE EGG AND US; STORAGE OF EGGS; BEATING EGGS; COOKING WITH EGGS; NEWEST, LOVELIEST FASHION SHADES FOR YOU... - (Te Ao Hou - No. 26 March 1959)

THE EGG AND US; STORAGE OF EGGS; BEATING EGGS; COOKING WITH EGGS; NEWEST, LOVELIEST FASHION SHADES FOR YOU... - (Te Ao Hou - No. 26 March 1959)
Date
March 1959
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Maori Affairs DepartmentMaori Affairs Department
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Te Ao Hou
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Eggs stored for a short time should be kept in a cool dry place, and as they rapidly absorb odours, away from strong smelling foods. Broken eggs should be kept in a tightly covered container as should egg whites, eggs rapidly “dry up” if left uncovered. Egg yolks, provided that they are unbroken, are best covered with cold water. In all cases a coo...
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Te Ao Hou - No. 26 (March 1959)
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