I don't think Scott freezes very well, but I do think his dad might. :grin: I have a couple quarts frozen and have fished eggs after thawing them. they are fine. I think it's important, when freezing them, to make sure you cover the eggs completely. After my jar is full, I start freezing them, then add nectar to cover he eggs and fill the spaces to prevent freezer burn. I know there are lots of ways to do it, but this is easy for me and it seems to work.
What UG said. Keep in fridge, use them up, buy more.
If the jar is half full (or half empty) you might try using one of those long skinny bar-b-que lighters to burn the oxegen out of the jar (insert light till flame goes out due to lack of O2 then seal and fridge). Helps to lessen germs and mold.