The massive egg recall—the largest one in U.S. history—has been tough and confusing for egg fans. Is that carton in your fridge full of risky ones? Should you avoid over-easy and poached preparations? (Salmonella enteritidis can be killed by heating the egg throughout to 160°F.) Though some headlines read "Less Than One Percent of All U.S. Eggs Affected," which is true, the recall still applies to 500 million eggs sold under 24 brands. See if your eggs have been recalled.
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