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Well...stop leaving them on the counter lol especially if you're not able to keep an eye out enough for it to become a problem. My cat is like that too. You usually have to turn your senses up a notch because they're going to test you.

It's like you're living in the black and white "Before" portion of an infomercial for refrigerators. "Tired of your cat knocking all the eggs, cheeses, fruit, and meat off your counters? Wish there was a way to keep milk good for more than a day? Want your produce illuminated by a tiny light each time you open a door?

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Well...stop leaving them on the counter lol especially if you're not able to keep an eye out enough for it to become a problem. My cat is like that too. You usually have to turn your senses up a notch because they're going to test you.

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This is only true of washed (store-bought) eggs in the United States. Farm bought (unwashed) eggs or those in non-US countries are better off left on the counter.

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How can it be better being left at room temperature? I can see where some eggs may have a low risk of food-borne pathogens, but it always seems to be safer keeping it at low temperature.

It's like you're living in the black and white "Before" portion of an infomercial for refrigerators. "Tired of your cat knocking all the eggs, cheeses, fruit, and meat off your counters? Wish there was a way to keep milk good for more than a day? Want your produce illuminated by a tiny light each time you open a door?

By  species4872

I guess neither of you saw that coming.

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  species4872

Strange, that should have gone to the previous FML.

By  species4872

The cat's looking for Humpty Dumpty.

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