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HollerGirl56 Posted - May 21 2018 : 12:49:03 PM
How many of you still use the old fashioned method of preserving eggs in sodium silicate or water glass? It's also know as cement floor sealer and is available from Lehman Brothers. You put the water glass mixture in a crock and just drop the eggs in and keep the crock in a cool place---like a cellar. You have to put them in on the first day they are laid and you can not wash them---they have to be clean. They will keep about nine months this way---we just cooked the last of ours in April. Works great!

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HollerGirl56 Posted - May 25 2018 : 07:20:44 AM
Karla---that is funny and so true. But if she had known this she could have fed you less and put them away for winter. My family were farmers and they did not know this---I read about it in a book by Carla Emery years ago---but I never could figure out what water glass was until I got a Lehman's catalog and it is sold with their chicken supplies. Mystery solved. My grandfather kept chickens but I would cry when they planned to eat one. Imagine being told you are eating a store bought hen and then you go to the chicken lot and your favorite pet chicken is missing. Well---I sure learned not to eat chicken before I checked the lot after that---LOL.

Life isn't finding shelter in the storm. It's about learning to dance in the rain.===Sherrilyn Kenyon
hoosiercountry Posted - May 24 2018 : 5:18:03 PM
Barbara I am so glad my mom did not know that. LOL. Growing up every spring we always got 2-3 hundred chicks, come 4th of July we started butchering, well we never seemed to get the numbers down before they started laying. Well we had eggs for breakfast, lunch, supper and snack. Mom learned how to freeze eggs, that was bad enough. I do not eat many eggs these days. I find it fascinating the method you use. I wrote it down to keep and refer to it. Thanks for sharing. Hugs Karla

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YellowRose Posted - May 21 2018 : 12:53:05 PM
Interesting. I don't have chickens but I find all preserving methods interesting.

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