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Old 05-20-2011, 04:32 PM   #67
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Originally Posted by intothenew View Post
...the prejudice concerns eggs. How do you carry and resupply? I sometimes carry egg solids bought from the local Amish. They travel well, but they lack in culinary delight. I can use them in a few recipes with some success, but trying to scramble or add them to something like grits has always ended with less than pleasing results.

I think it has been mentioned before that some carry them poured into a fluid tight bottle. Is that the best method?
I don't think so. Eggs have a pretty highly evolved packaging system and will stay fresh in the shell for weeks as long as they stay relatively cool. Google usda & eggs. I would just take them in the cardboard carton, wrapped in a ziplock bag and some spare clothing.

Course, I've never actually DONE this, but larryboy seems to be successful at this...
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