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Powdered Egg

Postby Kickinghorse » Thu 13 Feb, 2020 8:06 am

Noticed some previous discussion re this stuff and like many I’m always looking for new ways to spruce up the walking menu. The previous suggestion to check out Asian grocery stores for ingredients is a useful addition to the quest.
Further to this I’m thinking a couple slices of bread toasted over a stove each morning is easily achievable, using a piece of toaster gauze ( without the frame) available at camping stores. This coupled with powdered egg should be an addition to the breakfast menu even though the feed back re it’s flavour hasn’t been all that positive?
This is the gauze mentioned.

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Re: Powdered Egg

Postby ChrisJHC » Thu 13 Feb, 2020 1:16 pm

If you’re going ultra-light, just use a Y-shaped stick for your toaster.
Hold the tail of the Y and balance the bread on the head.
It should last for 2-3 slices of toast before starting to burn. If not, you will probably find another one lying around.
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Re: Powdered Egg

Postby flingebunt » Thu 13 Feb, 2020 6:03 pm

I tend to toast my bread in the frying pan. Just put the bread in the hot pan without any oil.

Results are....okay. Better than nothing.

I will have to try the toaster gauze. Might rig up some sort of light supporting structure so that the toast is not resting on the gauze.
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Re: Powdered Egg

Postby Bushman_Craig » Wed 29 Apr, 2020 3:04 am

Kickinghorse wrote:Noticed some previous discussion re this stuff and like many I’m always looking for new ways to spruce up the walking menu. The previous suggestion to check out Asian grocery stores for ingredients is a useful addition to the quest.
Further to this I’m thinking a couple slices of bread toasted over a stove each morning is easily achievable, using a piece of toaster gauze ( without the frame) available at camping stores. This coupled with powdered egg should be an addition to the breakfast menu even though the feed back re it’s flavour hasn’t been all that positive?
This is the gauze mentioned.

https://images.snowys.com.au/content/im ... -pack.jpeg

Phil


A couple of weeks back I picked up a kilo of powdered eggs and a couple of kilos of some dried mixed veggies from Settler's Foods in QLD. I've made a few breakfast omelettes with it and have stored half of what's left and frozen the rest. Link to purchase - http://www.settlersfoods.com.au/product/egg-powder-1kg/
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Re: Powdered Egg

Postby GregG » Wed 29 Apr, 2020 4:25 pm

So Bushman, how far does a kilo of powdered egg go, how much does one use to make an individual serve of scrambled egg or omlette? I guess this a how much bang-for-your-buck sort of question. And did the Settlers brand egg taste OK?
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Re: Powdered Egg

Postby crollsurf » Wed 29 Apr, 2020 9:20 pm

I like eggs but cringe at the thought of powdered eggs. You can get plastic 2 and 6 egg carriers on eBay that work well if the eggs aren't 60g or bigger. I glad wrap them just in case they break and can boil without wasting the boiled water, i.e Coffee.

Fried or scrambled with powdered Milk, a mild Salami like Gyulai, Comte cheese and Mountain Bread makes for a decadent UL breakfast plus all will last a week or longer.

I should buy some powdered eggs and give it a go but yeah. Might try and hydro some yokes only. That might be OK.

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Re: Powdered Egg

Postby ofuros » Sat 02 May, 2020 10:01 am

Since our supermarkets seem to have stocks back to normal, toi!let paper, flour, pasta etc...it shouldn't be too long before the powdered egg will back on the shelves.
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Re: Powdered Egg

Postby Stew63 » Sun 31 May, 2020 9:36 pm

I can confirm powdered egg is total crap and disgusting/putrid. But there is alternative product I often use - Ova Easy egg crystals (not 'powdered') and they are delicious and taste authentic. I made/tested OvaEasy by making each family member an omelette and they couldn't tell the difference from fresh eggs. 1x128gm packet equals 12eggs (but I reckon it was more like 10eggs) I divide them up into smaller portions in ziplock bags as required. They're Made in USA but I bought them from a website in NZ. Sorry if this sounds like marketing - it's not and I have no affliliation with the brand/sales.
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