The Easy Way to Pasturize Eggs
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1 pot of pasturized eggs
- Cover the eggs with cold water in a large pot and turn on medium low to medium heat. Use your candy thermometer or an instant read to watch the temperature. When you hit 140 degrees start watching carefully or you will cook the eggs. Keep the temperature between 140 and 150* for 4 minutes for large eggs.
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