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To freeze egg whites:

  • Uncooked egg whites may be stored, covered, in the refrigerator for 4 days, or frozen (0 degrees F.) for up to 12 months.

  • Because home freezers are opened frequently and/or often crowded, they may not maintain a constant temperature of 0 degrees. We advise freezing the whites for a shorter period or time; the Canadian Egg Board recommends 4 months.

  • Freeze single egg whites (2 tablespoons) in ice cube trays. Transfer frozen whites to self-sealing freezer storage bags. Write the date on the bag immediately.


  • Freeze larger quantities in amounts that don't exceed what you will need to use in a recipe.


  • Defrost the whites in the refrigerator and do not refreeze them.

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