Monday, September 10, 2012


Ha, proof!  I once posted a discussion of egg-oiling at South Pole and how oiled eggs did not need to be refrigerated.  I also said I thought that in New Zealand eggs weren't refrigerated in supermarkets but were just set out on shelves... but I wasn't sure.  Now I have proof.  Two weeks ago in Christchurch I ran across this display of eggs for sale just sitting on the shelf in a supermarket .  Evidently it is a normal everyday thing to do.  See for yourself:


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