Originally Posted by Argamemnon
Thank you Andy. Here in the Netherlands certain things that are very common in the US are hard to get. It's a difference of culture. Even pasteurized eggs are hard to get. I've read that people didn't buy the pasteurized eggs so supermarkets stopped selling them. Of course there must be places where they are available, but it's not like in the US...
It's not just you Argamemnon - here in my area of Virginia, pasteurized eggs in the shell are a thing of the past. Several supermarkets carried them for a couple of years, but that went by the wayside about 3-4 years ago. Sad because I really enjoyed using them for sauces & things when I was cooking for guests - especially youngsters & elderly folks. But I guess the market just wasn't there.