According to statistical data, eggs are the most usually consumed meal for breakfast. Probably the reason for that is that they are very easy to prepare.
However, those people who are consume eggs for breakfast made the right choice because eggs are nutritious and very healthy. On average, you will need 2 – 3 or more eggs for breakfast and that will keep you full. That is the reason why everyone buys lost of eggs when going go the store.
After you buy the eggs from the market, in order to keep the egg’s healthiness and nutritions you place them in the refrigerator or in a room temperature.
In some forums there are posts and it has been discussed the need for keeping the eggs in the refrigerator.
There are countries such as: Japan, Australia, North America where the eggs are kept in the refrigerators. On the other hand, in some countries the eggs are kept out of the refrigerator in room temperature.
Some experts claim that in case if you keep the eggs out of the refrigerators you are at risk of having the bacteria called salmonella on those eggs.
Journal of Food Protection explains that vitro insertion of salmonella into eggs iss additional successful with eggs kept in room temperature.
National Public Radio recommends that eggs should not be put in the refrigerator. Chickens are being vaccinated in Europe with anti – salmonella. In the United States there are various protections against salmonella like inspections, washing, an tracking the eggs from the supplier to the store.
The technical information specialist at the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service – Marianne Gravely, says that you shouldn’t left the eggs on a room temperature for more than two hours.
In addition to that, she said is that you can’t see if the chicken is infected with salmonella or not, so any egg can contain salmonella. And that the taste, smell or appearance of a food will be same even if there is a food poisoning bacteria on it.
So, the conclusion is that the best way to protect yourself from food poisoning bacteria is to be careful with how you handle the food.