Dehydrating eggs for your survival pantry sounds like a novel idea, doesn’t it? Before you try it yourself, read what Patrice Lewis has to say in the November-December 2015 “Backwoods Home Magazine” (Issue #156).
She discovered dehydrating eggs isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
I know, bad pun. And there are more where that came from.
But rather than subject you to my bad yokes (sorry), the article offers good advice on how to dehydrate fresh eggs and how to best use them.
Hint: You probably won’t like dried eggs for breakfast. But click the llink below to read the whole article and draw your own conclusions.
Dehydrating eggs at home
By Patrice Lewis
Here’s a trivia question for you: What do you do when your chickens are laying gangbusters and you have no less than 10 dozen eggs in the fridge, with more arriving daily?
Answer: Preserve them.
Read the whole article here:
Excerpt used with permission of Backwoods Home Magazine.
If you’d prefer to try ready-made dehydrated eggs, shop for them with the companies featured on the Food Storage & Preserving page in the Prep Mart.