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cheezz, unlike whites, egg yolks takes a smidge of prep work before freezing. Add either salt or

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Posted to Thread #18284 at 9:05 pm on Jun 8, 2010

sugar to the yolks you want to save and g-e-n-t-l-y mix into your yolks. Then freeze. Here is a site that gives a much more detailed explanation so I'll post below for you.

It has been years since I've had any yolks left over to freeze, but my grandmother used to freeze them to use later in her "from scratch" egg noodles. Oh, my, were her chicken and noodles to die for. I wish now I'd had her teach me to how make her noodles. I would help roll and cut the dried noodles, but Gram always stirred up the dough.

Link: http://whatscookingamerica.net/Eggs/FreezingEgg.htm


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