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#Save money and freeze eggs

Find more Frugal Living tips when you click here Freezing eggs is as easy as making ice cubes. There are times of the year when you can pick up eggs and save a lot of money. We will take these extra eggs beat them up like we are about to make scrambled eggs. Then with something we all have, you know those ice cube trays that are laying around, fill each one of the compartments with one beaten egg and freeze. Now you can make eggs in the morning or add one egg to a recipe that calls for it. If you have a lot of eggs to freeze  add them to the ice cube tray and when completely frozen put the frozen egg cubes in a freezer bag and add more eggs to the ice cube tray and freeze. That way you do not have to have so many ice cube trays in the freezer at once.

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