- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description
up to 10 year shelf-life | Contains 70 Large Eggs | Great for baking
• 100% Real Eggs
Saratoga Farms™ offers high quality eggs for your food storage. Saratoga Farms™ Whole Egg Powder is tasty and offers you the ability to use it just like an egg from your local supermarket. • Essential and versatile
Just add water, mix with a fork and combine to your favorite recipes such as cookies, cake mixes, home made bread, egg noodles and any recipe that calls for egg. Saratoga Farms Dried Whole Egg Powder can be used just like a real egg. • Know you're prepared with high protein food storage
With 24g of protein per 1/2 cup, you will get an often-overlooked nutrient when it comes to food storage reserves. Powdered Eggs is delicious and is a great option for making protein packed meals! Save money as you use this long lasting Whole Egg Powder Mix as a substitute to short-lived, store bought eggs from the carton. Packed with protein, these eggs can be used as an ingredient to create hardy meals and offer you the nutrients you need. With the equivalent of 70 eggs, you will be stocked up.
Preparation is simple and easy. Just mix with water and cook as you would with normal egg and you can create all the same meals you have been making for years with the real thing. Saratoga Farms™ is all-natural, whole egg and requires no refrigeration until prepared.
With a long shelf-life, you'll be prepared for years to come! Saratoga Farms™ Dried Whole Egg Powder will stay good on your shelf up to 10 years - provide you and your family with great nutrition and delicious taste in case of an emergency and for everyday usage. Saratoga Farms™ Powdered Egg is an essential addition to every food storage pantry!
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: FD0832G Net Weight: 1 lbs 15 oz (879 g) Total Servings: 73 Total Calories: 4964 Shelf Life: 10-20 Years Dimensions (LxWxH): 6.25" x 7" x 6.25" Allergen and Specialty: Pork Free, Shellfish Free Food Type: Breakfasts, Eggs Packaging: #10 Can Preservation: Dehydrated Storage Requirements: Click to Read Storage Requirements
Shelf Life StatementTo achieve maximum shelf life, store in an environment with a temperature of 60F or lower and humidity of 10 percent or less. Shelf life statements are based on manufacturer claims, industry standards and relevant studies from reliable sources. The Ready Store disclaims any liability or warranty as actual shelf life results may vary depending on individual storage conditions.
Preparation Instructions: Mix 2 Tbsp. of Whole Egg Powder with 1/4 cup of water. Makes the equivalent of 1 large egg. Use in any recipe that calls for eggs. Simply add the amount of egg powder and water (1:3 ratio) to the recipe. Great in cookies, cake mixes, bread, egg noodles and countless of other recipes where eggs are required. Brand: Saratoga Farms Product Series: No Serving Size: 2 Tbsp dry (12 g)
- Nutrition & Ingredients
Nutrition & IngredientsINGREDIENTS: Whole Eggs.
ALLERGEN: Manufactured In A Facility That Processes Tree Nuts, Wheat, Soy, And Milk.
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