About now you are thinking, "60 eggs? That's 5 dozen, right? That's not a big deal."
I'll be honest.
I'm talking 60 dozen.
In my defense...they were on sale after Easter.
And we go through a lot of eggs.
So, I started loading up my cart. As I did so, I became aware of a background noise.
I stopped to listen.
I realized that it was the faint sounds of my fridge, at home, starting to hyperventilate.
So, I stopped at 60 dozen.
Buying 60 dozen eggs is apparently not something that is done every day.
People tend to notice.
Almost as embarrassing as the time that I took eight kids with me to the store and bought a pregnancy test.
Good times...good times...
I've been freezing the eggs.
It's super easy to do.
You have to crack each egg and beat it just a wee little bit.
You can freeze each egg individually.
I do them in muffin tins.
Once they are frozen, I lift them out and put them in a bag.
Put them promptly back in the freezer so they don't stick together.