Egg Powder Bulk

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8.40 Ounces
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12 units
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  • Organic Whole Dried Egg Powder
  • Rehydrated scrambled eggs
  • 2 TB of Dried Egg Powder plus 1/4 cup of water makes 1/4 Cup of Prepared Egg
  • Rehydrated scrambled eggs
  • organic dried egg powder
  • Whole Egg Powder Organic Nutrition
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Dehydrated organic powdered and pasteurized whole eggs made from eggs laid by chickens at a Midwest, USA farm. Includes the entire egg, both the white and yolk. Cook with boiling water to make scrambled eggs on the trail. Powdered eggs can also be added in baked recipe mixes, such as pancakes. Eggs provide an excellent source of protein. One-half pound of powdered whole eggs is equivalent to twenty four large fresh eggs. This product contains only whole eggs. No other ingredients, additives, or processing aids are included.

Organic Dried Whole Egg Powder (Makes 24 Large Eggs)
Net Wt.: 8 oz. (227g)
Requires: Hot Water (Cook) 
Ready In: 5 Mins
Prepared Size: 2 TB (.33 oz.) dry egg powder makes 1 large egg (about 1/4 cup of prepared egg).
Nutrition Per .33 oz.Calories: 57 kcal (238 kJ)  Fat: 4g   Carbs: 0g  Protein: 5g  Sodium: 45mg
Preparation: Use 2 TB of egg powder + 1/4 cup (59 ml) of water to make a large egg. To recreate the texture of a scrambled egg, cook for 1-2 minutes in boiling water. 
Ingredients: Dried whole eggs* (*Organic). This product is produced entirely from 100% Organic USA Eggs. No other ingredients, additives, or processing aids are included.
Vegan: No
Contains Gluten: No; May be suitable for those with gluten sensitivities, but is produced in a facility that does process gluten products. We recommend you not consume this product if you are highly allergic to gluten.
Storage Life: 18 - 36 Months
Dried Egg to Fresh Egg Conversion: 
Use 1 part powdered eggs to 2 parts water to make an egg. To make a large egg: Mix 2 TB egg powder + 1/4 cup water

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