• Can you not? I'll have to try that one. Is it not because it falls as a solid lump in the pan? :D
  • You can cook with eggs that have been frozen if you break them out of their shells and mix the white with the yolk very well. Add either a tiny bit of salt or sugar to them. But you probably won't like the taste or the condition of them when they are thawed. The yolks don't take well to freezing, even using the above method, though it does help. THe yolks turn rubbery or gelatinous.
  • good question,i dont know the answer lol
  • You can. It happens ALOT in the restaurant industry. Not what corporate suits want to hear but it does.
  • 26 years in the business: I NEVER fried the first frozen egg. I NEVER had any frozen eggs to fry. When I went to school - in bake shop - we had frozen eggs - whole eggs, egg yolks ANS egg whites - each kind was packed in 30 lb. cans - to work with. They saved time and money. Thanks for asking your Q! I enjoyed answering it! VTY, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name! Sources: My wonderful family! Graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, New Haven, CT campus. Was in the Food and Beverage business over 26 years. "THE University of Hard Knocks"
  • It's keeping your lemonade soda cold.

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