Powdered Whole Eggs - 2.25 Pound Can

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  • Spray dried and pasteurized in the USA for optimal quality and safety.
  • Each can is the equivalent of about 80 Large Fresh Whole Eggs.
  • Substitute for eggs in cooking and baking
  • Store for up to 3 years unopened
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Honeyville's Powdered Whole Eggs are produced exclusively from fresh eggs harvested from chickens in the United States. The eggs are dried and pasteurized in the USA for optimal quality and safety. Powdered Whole Eggs are produced though a special process designed to provide a free flowing powder that has been pasteurized for your safety. Originally developed for use in the military, our whole egg powder, when blended with water, reconstitutes into a product similar to fresh whipped eggs. These reconstituted eggs may then be used as a direct substitute for fresh eggs. Honeyville Powdered Whole Eggs are an ideal product for long term food storage and emergency preparedness.

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  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0006ZN4XE
  • UPC: 798344921173
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,645 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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136 of 138 people found the following review helpful By D. Megenity on May 30, 2009
Many people in this review section seem to be slamming these eggs and I can't figure out why. I bought them on a whim and have been very satisfied with the purchase. They are great for cooking, and just fine for my Sunday breakfast as well. Just remember you are buying "powdered" eggs. You won't have the exact same texture or the precise taste of fresh eggs, but then, what would you expect? They're powdered. When you eat them, your mouth and taste buds still say "yup, that's egg allright." A very reasonable product for those with reasonable expectations.
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81 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Beaux Pilgrim on June 20, 2007
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I bought these for a camping trip. Mixed exactly as described. Taste great. Once cooked could not tell the difference in them and whole eggs. Taste and texture exactly the same. Them seem to thin when you first mix them but once cooked they are great.
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65 of 68 people found the following review helpful By kevinpa on October 10, 2006
I develop sugarfree recipes and find these eggs invaluable when adding extra liquids to an existing recipe. To date I have not been disappointed in any of the baking results yet. I would and will purchase these again.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By R. LATURA on October 24, 2009
I see alot of people slamming this product for using other than baking needs,and I guess I can understand if you are cutting this powder with 2-1 water and trying to scramble!However,if you try using milk(I actually use powdered milk as well,but thats your call),and just add a tiny little bit of liquid at a time until you get to the consistency you need,and make sure to butter the pan(use a little oil as well to keep butter from burning),you will find this item is NOT as bad as all that scrammbled,it is however,hard as heck to try amd make an omlet out of this stuff,but add a few other items,green peppers,onions,selentro,spices,etc,and you will find they arent all that bad,they definately are NOT farm fresh eggs,but no-one ever cliamed they were,just cut WAY back on the liquid to powder ratio,and cook it SLOWLY using a buttered luke warm pan,bring it up to medium to medium low temp stirring constantly until done,you will find yourself liking this stuff,just my opinion,but give it one more shot using milk or powdered milk,and only tiny bits at a time,and you may be surprised!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Able Archer on March 22, 2013
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I purchased two cans of the Honeyville powdered whole eggs in the 2.25 lb. can for two reasons...
1) I am a "prepper". I'm not the die-hard prepper like you see in the T.V. show, but as a first responder (firefighter / paramedic) I know not to take anything for granted, and that you should always be prepared for any type of event that life can toss at you.
2) My family and I love to camp and hike, and I am also an assistant boy scout troop leader, and these looked like a great substitute for having to carry around a couple dozen eggs in a cooler. All you need for a weekend of camping is a sandwich bag of these eggs and a couple of bottles of water and you have breakfast.

I read through all of the reviews both good and bad, and after following the directions on my own can which stated to mix 2 TBLS of egg powder to 4 Tbls of water to equal 1 egg, the best way I can put it is .... "it's not GREAT, but it's not bad either. I saw some reviews that stated that they "couldn't tell that they were eating powdered eggs", well I did, I knew right away that I was eating powdered eggs, as did my family. I saw other reviews that were bad, and all I can say is "they are powdered eggs, I wouldn't expect them to be as tastey as a fresh egg"!

Overall, like I said...."they are not GREAT, but not bad". As a prepper, I love the fact that despite any type of emergency we may encounter that I will have a large supply of eggs for my family, and as a camper / hiker I love how easy they are to have a good breakfast. After giving them a trial run, I do plan on purchasing a few more cans for my emergency and camping supplies, and would recommend anyone else do the same.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mac Coder on March 29, 2014
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-- That the color of the egg product suffers a bit from being dried.

I have uploaded some Product Images to illustrate.

The images show 3 bowls:
One with Honeyville Farms powder (HV)
One with straight dry yolk powder from another vendor (Y) and...
One with a fresh large egg (FRESH)

The images pretty fairly represent the color issue -- the dry and mixed powders both are duller and browner than the fresh egg.

The mixed powders were blended with bottled water as per the label directions, and allowed to stand for several minutes to fully hydrate.

A third image shows a batch of scrambled eggs made from the illustrated egg products, with additional seasoning, dairy, spices and garnish. The eggs tasted fine, and looked OK, when lightened with dairy and camouflaged with chives, paprika and butter.
What wouldn't?

So if you are using the egg powder in dishes where the color is not particularly important, this product should be fine. But if you are depending on the bright cheery yellow of a fresh egg yolk, as in scrambled eggs or an omelet, you should probably stick to fresh. Or use camouflage, like Honeyville did on their package picture.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Joburti on March 15, 2007
You probably don't want to fix them for your guests but they are an excellent way to keep eggs on hand for baking or as part of your emergency food supply.
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