How to Store Hard Boiled Eggs - With or Without Shell?

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As long as they're hard-boiled, eggs can be used in a variety of ways. Knowing how to keep a hard-boiled egg after cooking is just as crucial as creating the perfect hard-boiled egg.

Cooked eggs can be stored in a refrigerator at or below 40 degrees Fahrenheit for up to one week, according to the FDA, and can be left out for a maximum of two hours after cooking.

When it comes to peeling or not peeling, keep the shell on your hard-boiled eggs until they are ready to be eaten.

In order to keep bacteria and other foods from altering your eggs' flavor, the shell serves as a barrier between your eggs and the environment.

You may not have known this, but hard-boiled eggs should be peeled and used in a dish at least three to four days after they've been boiled.

The FDA says that once cooked eggs are added to a recipe, the dish should be eaten within three to four days.

There is a risk of food illness from Salmonella if eggs aren't properly refrigerated; thus always be on the safe side when it comes to eggs.

For those times when you have hard-boiled eggs left over, have some quick ideas for how to use them before they go bad so you get the most out of your food.

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