Carefully wash the eggs until clean. Then place under sunshine for 6 hours (depending on the room temperature) in winter. In summer days, shorten the time to 1 hour, morning sun please. Or at least 4 hours in other seasons.
Then soak the eggs with lard liquid or you can use a small amount of the liquid and soak them in batches.
In the mean time, add salt and water in a completely clean pot, heat until boiling. Turn off the fire and wait until cool down.
Wait for 25 to 45 days, also depending on the room temperature.
When the egg is well pickled, hard boil them before serving.
Exposure under sunshine can help the salt permeating the shells and further make sure the high quality of the egg yolk.
The Nutrition Facts is based on each single egg.