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How to store your eggs

Normal looking eggs can contain a common bacterium called Salmonella enteritidis. If eggs are eaten raw or undercooked, it can cause abdominal cramps, diarrhea, fever, and vomiting within 12-72 hours. Most people recover without any need for treatment. However, people at risk, including children, elderly and anyone with a week immune system may become seriously ill. People who are not at risk, who eat soft-boiled eggs or foods containing lightly cooked eggs, should not experience any health problems. However, cooking eggs thoroughly is the safest option if you are concerned about food poisoning.