Friday, 23 July 2021

POWDERED EGGS HAVE ARRIVED

 



Here they are, the powdered eggs.
The firm said that they would send me a free sample and I was expecting a small sachet, instead I have this huge packet.

Will get back to you when I have tried it.
It will last for a year so good for the store cupboard.

 




11 comments:

  1. It looks like that will make a lot of eggs - is there any information as to how quickly you have to use it once it's opened? What do you have to add to it, water or milk? I had to smile at the "whole egg powder - free range"; I know what they meant, but at first glance it looks like the POWDER is free range, which struck me as funny!

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  2. Powdered eggs are probably used in all sorts of industrial food processes, but also probably last seen on shop shelves around the time of WWII. Processes would need to have improved - my Grandma thought they were dreadful, but then she might have been trying to reconstitute it into scrambled eggs when it is probably best used in baking or something.

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  3. And as it turns out, you were right about food shortages, from what I've read in the news! (I haven't been shopping myself so I don't know if it's happening here...)

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  4. Will it last for a year AFTER OPENING? And does it have to be refrigerated after opening? Just curious...

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  5. Will be interesting to see how you get on with it.

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  6. I have egg replacer but I've never purchased powdered eggs. I'm sure that's what people eat in fast food restaurant breakfasts so... good deal for the pantry. And free, to boot. Hurray!!! ~Andrea xoxoxo

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  7. I am so looking forward to you trying it.

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  8. Will be interesting to hear what you think of these.

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  9. I will be interested to see what you think of it although, I have just looked here in New Zealand and all I could find was powdered egg white.

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  10. I think it's possible to dry almost any food these days, but dried eggs doesn't sound very appealing. It will be interesting to know how you get on with it. Does it say how many eggs are in that pack?

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