As we gear up for July fourth celebrations all over America, some of you may be freaking out about deviling some eggs. "Should I buy fresh ones? I've had some in the fridge for a while. How do I know how old these are? Please help!"

Don't panic! We found a really cool trick to determine which eggs are fresh as daisies, which are old enough to peel easily for deviling and which you should probably stay away from altogether.

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