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Egg Powder

Discussion in 'Lovely Grub' started by Bizmarty, May 29, 2010.

  1. British Red

    British Red M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    Mine too - picture comp?
     
  2. John Fenna

    John Fenna Lifetime Member & Maker

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    Aaaargh!
    The misses made soup instead!
    And I am working away for the next few days so will not have the oportunity to cook untilfriday!
    Oh well I will have to wait to try them!
     
  3. British Red

    British Red M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    I never thought egg would be so exciting!
     
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    Got mine today. So thanks for that Will...much obliged!
    Containers were a nice touch also.
    Im going to take some to the middlewood meet this weekend - should make a decent breakfast. In particular, Im looking forward to making a cakey style bannock, with chestnuts and so on. Should be handsome with some maple syrup i reckon.

    Thats a cracking stove Red!
     
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    Dried Egg is Will :)

    Thank you for the quick delivery, much appreciated!! :You_Rock_

    Cheers
    Ness :)
     
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    So , does it taste eggy-enuff??
     
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    British Red M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    It tastes bloody good. I would very much advise people to experiment with preparing this first before trying in "the field". I seriously screwed up the first batch :(.

    My fault entirely - its about getting the hang of reconstituting the powder in the right way. Try number three made me go "ahhh, got it". Its easy now. As always I photographed. Would a pictorial be of use? If so, I'm happy to do one of my usual "show and tell" sessions?

    Red
     
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    Absolutely mate. That would be great.

    B
     
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    Got mine today also, thanks very much Will goodjob

    Nice one Red, that would be good. I ended up with lumps in my batch!
     
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    British Red M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    Already done mate - its in food & drink
     
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    Flippin 'Eck, its Gordon Ramsey! Excellent review thankyou, I might even buy some myself. I'll try and locate all the other dried items people have asked me for, I know quite a few ingredient companies. I basically need to add a fiver on for a kg, didn't realise how much the PO charge these days as I'm not an internet business! Believe it or not, money was never the point, chuffed I have filled the void in everyones field kitchen pantry. Can I stress again that there's quite a bit of egg powder about for fishing purposes which is not fit for human consumption but its hard to detect as its been repacked.
     
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    Nice one Will.
     
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    British Red M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    Very good product that Will, thanks for the help. Be delighted to try the other stuff if you source it

    Regards - Red
     
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    Red - I supply Jon Torrode, TVs masterchef with eggs at his London restaurants - I've looked at some of your other cooking reviews - shall I put you down for the next series?
     
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    :D

    British Red - proudly washing after proper cooks for 5 decades
     
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    Luckily enough one of my meetings was cancelled today - so I got to cook my own lunch instead of having to go to a pub or cafe at someone elses expense! :)confused: erm...this is good?)
    I had a large onion/pepper/ham scramlette (cross between scrambled eggs and an omlette...saves me having to cook tidy):rolleyes:

    Thanks to Mr Reds Tutorial it was spot on first time and I cold not have told you the difference if I had made 2 - 1 with fresh and one with powdered egg!
    The look and taste was excellent and I am well pleased with the powdered eggs.

    In future I will be enjoying more in the way of eggs for breakfast on camp, good pancakes, eggy bannock/cake/thing. I realy was miffed when Tesco stopped stocking powdered egg - now I am a happy bunny again!

    Many thanks Will!
     
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    By eck lad - the cook makes the mess they can clean up!
    Thats how it works in my house ...sometimes...when I do the cooking at least.....
     
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    Well done John, certainly beats cornflakes.
     
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    Anything beats cornflakes! :D
     

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