Do you thaw your eggs before cooking them?

I’ve been putting them straight in the pan but just read you’re supposed to thaw before cooking.

I usually leave them out of the fridge for a while if I’m doing boilers or poachies.

I’d imagine it helps prevent cracking (along with the hole bodged in the bottom) when doing the boilers.

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I don’t keep them in the fridge so they are always at room temperature.

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I sit on them for half an hour

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Me too and by “for a while” I mean I never put them into the fridge

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How warm is the room in question?

At a temperature between fridge and oven.

(I don’t know - room temperature?)

You’re risking them hatching. Very dangerous

Why I thaw my pans instead of my eggs

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Is the room a sauna?

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Don’t think they would be able to hatch out up my tight anus.

Always

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Why are they frozen to begin with

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  • Fridge
  • Cupboard
  • On the side
  • Other
  • Not on egg book

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You’d have to be a vile, evil scumbag to keep them in the fridge

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This thread won’t end well, lads

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I get two boxes of eggs a week (6 pack,large, organic) and usually put half in the fridge and half in the cupboard.

They aren’t

Really not bothered where eggs are kept. Seem to be in the fridge due to it having an egg holder .

which ones are best?

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