- Egg breaker &separator, Egg cleaning machine, egg cracking/knocking machine ›
- News about egg washing machines and egg breaker ›
- Cleaning Quail Eggs: How to Clean Quail Eggs
Quail eggs are also called quail bird eggs. Quail eggs are considered “the ginseng among animals”. It is advisable to eat regularly as a nourishing diet. Quail eggs are unique in nutrition, so they are called “best in eggs”. Although the size of quail eggs is much smaller than eggs, the nutritional value of quail eggs is actually higher than that of eggs, which is a natural tonic.
The spots on the surface of quail eggs are the pigmentation that adheres to the eggshell during the separation from the mother. They are not moldy and can be easily washed off.
How to clean quail eggs
When quail eggs are cleaned, they need to be soaked in warm water for a few minutes, which can not only remove the stains on the surface more effectively, but also make the spots and pigments on the surface of the eggshell fall off at high temperature, and then gently wipe it with a rag and dip it in warm water. A few drops of vinegar cleans better.
The stains on the surface of quail eggs are easier to wipe off after soaking. The spots on the eggshells and vinegar are easy to react to, which is convenient for cleaning the spots on the surface. The cleaned quail eggs should be eaten as soon as possible to avoid deterioration.
After quail eggs are cleaned, they can be wiped dry and stored in the refrigerator. They can be stored for about 7 days in summer and a month in winter. It is best to store them in a dry and breathable carton to prevent mildew and deterioration after moisture. The round end is up and the pointed end is down. The storage temperature should not be lower than -2.2°C to prevent the eggshell from cracking and contaminating.