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Peel hard boiled egg Shutterstock. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, hard-boiled eggs in or out of their shells should be consumed within a week after cooking. They don't last as ...

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Hard cooked eggs can be stored in the refrigerator up to 7 days, either left in their shells or peeled. Make sure eggs are refrigerated within two hours after cooking, and don't leave refrigerated cooked eggs out at room temperature for more than two hours. For more information about fresh shell eggs, go to Shell Eggs from Farm to Table.

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Hard-boiled eggs last for about a week in-shell, and for 3 to 5 days after peeling. Keep hard-boiled eggs in the fridge, possibly in a closed container. Freezing hard-boiled eggs is an option, although the whites can become rubbery. It’s probably better to pickle the eggs or make one more salad. References

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With egg dyeing just around the corner, many may be wondering how long hard-boiled eggs can be kept before they spoil. Generally, hard-boiled eggs can last a week in the refrigerator.

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How Long Should You Leave Hard-Boiled Eggs Unrefrigerated?, Salmonella is a very common type of food poisoning and in the United States alone contaminated eggs with salmonella cause over 142,000 cases each year according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Making sure to keep your eggs refrigerated can help reduce the risks of contaminations.

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You can safely leave hard-boiled eggs out at room temperature for two hours — or one hour if the temperature is above 90 degrees Fahrenheit — says the United States Department of Agriculture. The reason is that bacteria grow rapidly when hard-boiled eggs are kept at temperatures between 40° F and 140° F.

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For an easy, on-the-go breakfast, many people turn to a classic hard boiled egg. Not only is it delicious, but it's full of protein that will give you some much needed energy in the morning.

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Very fresh eggs are tricky to peel when hard-boiled. The shell clings so tightly, it often tears and pockmarks the surface. Storing eggs in the fridge for a week or two before boiling them makes ...

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Once you figure out how to make hard boiled eggs perfectly, you'll likely be adding them to every meal of the day—breakfast, lunch, and dinner alike. After all, this nutritious, tasty snack can be enjoyed at any time of year too, meaning you never have to wait for it to be "in season" to start enjoying it ASAP.

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Store the boiled eggs in pickle juice in the refrigerator at all times and throw out leftovers after four weeks. Make sure eggs are fully cooked hard before placing the in the pickle juice. Soft boiled eggs won't yield the same result and may contain organisms that cause food borne illness.