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    I just bought the Ovaeasy eggs and made some scrambled eggs with it... now I am curious to see what it will be to cook with. Excited to try this out!

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    I believe there are 2 types of eggs in food storing and two different ways to cook with them. I was always curious as to how much I should use for my recipes. This book will also come in handy.

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    Not everyone will have fresh eggs in a disaster scenario, but most preppers do have dried eggs stored. This book shows great recipes and ways to cook nice dishes with them that everyone will like. Great book to have!

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Cookin' With Dried Eggs

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Author: Peggy Layton
Recipes Included: 55
Pages: 38
Binding: Spiral bound
Book Features: Black and White, Recipes
Dimensions (LxWxH): 6" x 8" x .25"

Price: $7.86

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Over 55 Recipes | Helpful Dried Egg Specific Tips | Great Charts & Diagrams

Save time with Peggy's tips, tricks, and recipes
Learn time saving tips that also will help your improve your results with dried egg powders. Feel confident in your purchase
Peggy Layton is a well known food storage expert, with years of experience she has created this great collection of tips, tricks, and charts to help you better utilize dried egg powder in your food storage. Prepare for the future
By having recipes and additional knowledge on how to work with dried eggs you are creating a better experience for those that who be taking part of your food storage. Cookin' With Dried Eggs is must have food storage cookbook dealing specifically with dried egg powder. Peggy Layton, the author of Cookin' With Dried Eggs, will help you learn the best ways to use dried egg powder. You will find all types of new ways to use this important food storage staple.

This specialty dried egg cookbook is loaded with accurate info. Many of these recipes were tested by the USDA & Egg Board. The book is a necessity for anyone who has dried egg products in their food stores.


Cookin' With Dried Eggs by Peggy Layton is loaded with a wide variety of dried egg powder food storage recipes that you will appreciate when it comes time to dip into your spray dried eggs.

What's In-the-Box?

Cookin' With Dried Eggs' table of contents:
Chapter 1 Dried Egg Products with the following subsections  
    - How to store
    - Shelf life
    - The canning process
Chapter 2 Reconstituting  
Chapter 3 Main Dishes  
Chapter 4 Breads  
Chapter 5 Salads  
Chapter 6 Desserts & Treats  

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Pages: 38
Binding: Spiral bound
Book Features: Black and white, Recipes
Dimensions (LxWxH): 6" x 8" x 0.25"
 
 

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  • Interested to try it out

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    • Value
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    2 of 4 people found this review helpful

    I just bought the Ovaeasy eggs and made some scrambled eggs with it... now I am curious to see what it will be to cook with. Excited to try this out!

    8/17/12

    Sally

  • 2 types of eggs in "food storing"

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    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

    I believe there are 2 types of eggs in food storing and two different ways to cook with them. I was always curious as to how much I should use for my recipes. This book will also come in handy.

    1/28/13

    Beth

  • Great book to have!

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality
    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

    Not everyone will have fresh eggs in a disaster scenario, but most preppers do have dried eggs stored. This book shows great recipes and ways to cook nice dishes with them that everyone will like. Great book to have!

    2/13/13

    Brian

  • Very helpful

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    • Quality
    • Price

    I was scared of dry eggs until I read this book. Give it a shot - you'll pick up some good ideas and feel better about storing eggs.

    7/17/13

    Kathryn

  • Very helpful

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    • Quality
    • Price

    I was scared of dry eggs until I read this book. Give it a shot - you'll pick up some good ideas and feel better about storing eggs.

    7/17/13

    Kathryn