Most efficient way to wash eggs?
I used to not wash my eggs until right before using them in order to keep the bloom intact, but we've got a busy household, and it honestly became more trouble than it seemed to be worth to have to stop and wash eggs before I could make breakfast for my kids in the morning. SOOO, I now collect my chickens' eggs in a bowl on the counter until I have a few days' worth and then wash them in a big batch all at once.
But I'm wondering what the most efficient yet effective means of washing large quantities of eggs at once is. Right now, I just fill the entire bowl up with warmish water and then get rub/scrub everything down as needed, let air dry, and refrigerate. I used to wash the eggs one at a time under running water, but that seemed wasteful of time and water. So just wondering what other solutions folks here have come up with for washing your eggs.
Thank you! :)