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How long do Chinese Boiled Salted Duck eggs last?

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Radical347 Apr 17, 2013 08:32 PM

Hi,
I have a container of these that I got at Ranch 99 awhile back. They're probably 6-8 months old. They're not the "Preserved Duck Eggs" but rather "Boiled Salted Duck Shownice Eggs"...but they look pretty similar. They're still individually vacuum-sealed. Does anyone know if these would still be safe to eat?

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    buckwheat buttermilk girl Jul 29, 2013 10:41 PM

    i am still standing after eating a slice of these that have been in the fridge for around 5 years.

    1. Chemicalkinetics Apr 17, 2013 09:43 PM

      They should be fine. Of course, if they tastes foul, then don't eat they. Look like they are not the regular salted eggs. Enjoy.

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        Radical347 Apr 17, 2013 09:36 PM

        Thanks for the reply...I feel better about them now. :) On the package it says "Boiled Salted" so I am assuming they would be boiled, unless it is a euphemistic term (i.e. Hundred Year Old eggs, which aren't really 100 years old.). I have attached a picture.

         
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        1. re: Radical347
          ipsedixit Apr 17, 2013 09:50 PM

          You're fine. Go and enjoy, they're great in oatmeal.

        2. ipsedixit Apr 17, 2013 09:08 PM

          They're fine. I would keep them in the fridge.

          By the way, are you sure they aren't raw (as opposed to already boiled)?

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