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 Post subject: Re: Powdered Eggs
PostPosted: June 17th, 2011, 6:31 pm 
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wotrock wrote:
Hey, could you guys quit trying ti change the subject?? Sheesh, it's so hard to get a good rambling conversation going here! :rofl:


Whoa, Hey if it weren't for OAF, LRC, Krusty and I taking a little diversion from eggs to dehydrated fruit, Mac and Mike would have missed the thread entirely as it would have slid off the Active Topics Page to be lost in the Archive Oblivian that only Barbara seems to run searches on.

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PostPosted: June 17th, 2011, 7:45 pm 
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Don't mess with me. I am busy test cooking my new breakfast creation. Scrambled eggs and mango. Maybe that should be mango salsa


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PostPosted: June 17th, 2011, 10:09 pm 
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I was in the Guelph Bulk Barn store on Stone road today and they had dried powdered eggs in stock. I don't need any right now , as I am still working on a 1 gallon can from Walton Feed Mills. But it is good to see that dried eggs are available in Canada....again.

If we were smart and organized, we would try to get one of these retailers to bring Walton Feed Mill products into Canada for resale. Even if it was only for a few stores in the major cities, it would be helpful.




Walton Feeds has a good egg product....be interested in sampling the bulk barn one to see if its any good....

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PostPosted: June 17th, 2011, 11:44 pm 
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the Bulk Barn powdered Eggs are good. Even my no camping wife said they are OK. At the price it is about equal to 2.70 a dozen fresh. To do better you will have to take a couple of hens with you. Hay that may not be a bad idea. Eat the chickens when she stops laying eggs. :lol:
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PostPosted: June 18th, 2011, 6:58 am 
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Don't laugh. Some rabble rouser on ottertooth told us he took chickens canoeing with him. He just put some feed in the bottom of the canoe and they pecked away at it as he paddled along. :rofl:

The thread deteriorated somewhat after that disclosure.


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PostPosted: June 18th, 2011, 8:48 am 
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Are you implying that this is a chicken s#$t thread?? :D :roll:

Well, maybe if you dehydrated a whole chicken it might lay a powdered egg! :doh:

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PostPosted: June 18th, 2011, 9:36 am 
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Powdered eggs keep coming and going off the market at a heck of a rate.
Has anybody tried throwing powdered eggs in the freezer to keep them happy over the course of a year
or is that even necessary?
I've had lots of other powdered/dessicated food stuffs acquire an off/stale taste so I'm wondering about powdered eggs.

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PostPosted: June 18th, 2011, 11:05 am 
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I purchase a can of them and since it takes me a long time to use them up, I store the can in the freezer, along with open cans of sour cream powder, buttermilk powder, and powdered butter.

Wotrock: I wasn't suggesting that at all. But the thread on ottertooth sure was chicken s*.*


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PostPosted: July 26th, 2011, 12:29 pm 
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Thanks for the heads up. Went into my local Bulk Barn expecting not to find them, sure enough they did. I'm so used to not being able to find products like this in Canada that it was a pleasant surprise. Grabbed .5kg which should last a few years in my pantry. Still haven't tested them but I'm hoping that I'll no longer have to delicately juggle a container of eggs on a portage -- I always end up with a few broken ones :(


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PostPosted: July 29th, 2011, 3:20 pm 
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Surprised no one has mentioned OvaEasy. These are just incredible! Have tried them for both scrambled eggs and omelettes and they are within a gnat's chuff of the real thing! Probably better than most of the ones served at restaurants. MEC carries them and you can get them online.

Mangos- use a mandolin!

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From Norman Wells just off the Keele. Breakfast of day 10 was bacon, powdered eggs and pancakes. A real treat. Eggs for the 3rd time on the trip were excellent.
I'll get more from Bulk Burn for future use just incase they stop carrying them.
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PostPosted: July 30th, 2011, 6:37 pm 
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I have just returned from a trip. We used the Ova Easy product for 5 days and were very impressed. They are all but indistinguishable from fresh eggs. The packet claims to be the equivalent of a dozen eggs. That may be correct for small eggs. Depending on appetite and group size, you may want to consider two packets at breakfast rather than one. I think it is a great product.

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PostPosted: July 30th, 2011, 8:44 pm 
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chris randall wrote:
they are within a gnat's chuff of the real thing!



Is that a technical term? Can it be expresses in Angstrom units?? Pls elaborate!

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 Post subject: Re: Powdered Eggs
PostPosted: July 31st, 2011, 9:07 am 
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Ummmm... "gnat's chuff" might be good enough fer backwoods cooking - in refined culinary circles, where "a dash of pepper" and "a pinch of salt" are commonly used measures, I believes "teensy-weensy" is the right amount.

Bannock ain't any good without some gnats and blackflies mixed in, fer flavor. Same deal with scrambled eggs.

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