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I hope this is the correct place for my question. Also, I searched before posting but couldn't find what I was looking for. I know all about the bloom, how to wash an egg, that they have to be refrigerated if you do, etc. My question is, do they really need to be washed before you eat them? Two of my girls recently began laying and I have not been washing my eggs. Some are telling me that's a no-no and they need to be. Thanks for any input.
 

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I don't wash eggs, but always refrigerate them. I sometimes use a damp cloth or sponge to remove bits of poo or mud/dirt if there is any. I think I'm correct when I say that eggs sold in European markets are unwashed.
 
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