What is a Powdered Egg?

Well! Many hikers, survivalists, campers, and preppers are familiar with powdered eggs. But for those who do not know about this word, let me tell you. Powdered eggs are dehydrated eggs which can easily turn into powder and then you can store them easily. We can say this is the alternation of fresh eggs. Though fresh eggs are tasty and rich in protein, you cannot bring fresh eggs along with you if you are going on hiking or camping. You can use these powdered eggs instead of fresh eggs. This will also give you the necessary protein for your daily diet. However, powdered eggs cannot replace the taste of fresh eggs but give you enough protein. It is tough to bring fresh eggs with you while hiking or camping. You cannot store fresh eggs for a long time. They will get spoil after a day because you need a proper cooling system for fresh eggs. Anyhow, you can store fresh eggs easily and use them without the fear of spoiling.

Benefits of Powdered Eggs

However, dehydrated eggs, I mean powdered eggs are fully safe to eat while traveling or camping. Just because these are dehydrated eggs, they can last for a longer span of time. You do not have to worry about the powdered eggs. They do not get spoil. In fact, if you store powdered eggs in an airtight container and in a cool place, they can last for a decade at least. So, you need to store your powdered eggs in a container which is properly sealed. Another plus point of powdered eggs is you can pack them comfortably in your backpack. You can make scrambled eggs any time and also mix your powdered eggs with any liquid. If you want to make a protein shake for you, you can easily make your shake with powdered eggs. You can mix salt, and milk in the powdered eggs to make scrambled eggs. They will give you almost the same taste just like the fresh eggs. Also, they are good in protein. If you are diet conscious person, you do not have to compromise protein in your daily diet.

Varieties in Powdered Eggs

Even in powdered eggs, there is variety. Different brands offer different kinds of powdered eggs. Like, some brands offer powdered eggs which are made up of both yolks and egg white. Some companies offer powdered eggs which are made up of egg white. And some companies prepare powdered eggs with only yolks. So, it is up to you what you prefer. You can buy powdered eggs according to your need and diet plan. Actually, many restaurants use powdered eggs. As, they are easy to store in every weather, especially in summer. Powdered eggs give the same taste as fresh eggs. Although, powdered eggs are far cheaper as compared to fresh eggs. Also, they can last for a longer time as compared to fresh eggs. Since they are in different variety, you can easily choose the powdered eggs according to your taste and diet. If you do not like egg white, you can buy powdered eggs made up of yolks and vice versa.

Rich in Protein

Many people think that they are artificially made, so they are not good for health. Honestly, you are wrong. Powdered eggs are rich in protein and safe for health. Though many brands add some extra flavor in powdered eggs, this flavor cannot kill the protein in them. You can easily transport powdered eggs. If you are going camping or hiking, these are safe to carry. However, you can safely use powdered eggs at home and store in a sealed container and at a cool place.

Author: Desmond Headrick

Won several awards for buying and selling puppets in Deltona, FL. Spent a weekend creating marketing channels for robots in Nigeria. My current pet project is creating marketing channels for carp on Wall Street. A real dynamo when it comes to selling carnival rides in Hanford, CA

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