Hens lay a ton of eggs in the spring and summer then they mostly stop laying in the colder months. Which makes sense from a hen's perspective of wanting good weather to raise chicks in.
It's hard for me to get the yolks and the whites totally incorporated stirring with a fork and this makes them kinda lumpy when they're thawed out. Not a tragedy in baked goods but it is noticeable in scrambled eggs and no one really likes it. This week I came up with a better way that was faster too - the Nurtibullet.
Using the Nutribullet I zipped through a tray of 30 eggs in about 5 minutes. It was awesome.
A pint glass makes a nice extra hand to hold the freezer bag open.
It would be nice to freeze enough eggs to get us through the winter rest period because I'm really trying to avoid buying eggs at the store again if I can help it. Also, it's kinda hard to justify owning (how many?) chickens to your spouse if you have to purchase eggs at the store. And we all want to avoid that, don't we?