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Cookin' with Dried Eggs

    Cookin' with Dried Eggs

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    Cookin' With Dried Eggs (Cookin` With Home Storage) Book #3
    Author: Peggy Layton
    Format: 6" x 9"
    Binding: Spiral Bound
    Number of Pages: 36
    Publication Date: 1994-10-10


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    With the upcomming world events and the food shortage scare many people are storing dried eggs as part of their food storage program. This is a specialty cookbook packed with accurate information about dried eggs. Many of these recipes have been tested by the USDA and Egg board. This cookbook is a must for anyone who has dried eggs in their food storage. The dried eggs manufactured today are very delicious and can be reconstituted and used in any recipe calling for fresh eggs. If you have never used dried eggs and don't know where to get them, you can write to the author for a resource li


    Learn how to use the dried eggs stored in your home storage to create dozens of tasty meals, including soups, main dishes, desserts, salads, and breads. The purpose of this 36-page book is to inform and educate the public on how to use dried egg products in everyday menu planning. This method of food storage saves money, rotates you food, and reduces the fat in your diet; resulting in better health.


    The purpose of this book is to inform and educate the public on how to use dried egg products in everyday menu planning. This method of food storage saves money, rotates your food, and reduces fat in your diet; resulting in better health.
    Peggy Layton
    Table of Contents
    Dried Egg Products
    Salmonellae
    How to Store Dried Eggs
    Shelf Life of Dried Eggs
    The Canning Process
    Reconstituting
    Reconstitution Charts
    Nutritional Information
    Breakfasts
    Scrambled Dried Whole Eggs
    Scrambled Dried Egg Mix
    Baked Scrambled Eggs
    Scrambled Egg Variations
    Eggs With Sour Cream & Chives
    Baked Eggs in Custard Cups
    French Toast
    Baked Omelet With Bacon Bits
    Fluffy Omelet
    French or Plain Omelet
    Variations of Omelets
    Fluffy Buttermilk Pancakes
    Whole Wheat Pancakes
    Hootenanny Pancakes
    Crispy Strawberry Waffles
    Toppings
    Basic Crepes
    Main Dishes
    Homemade Egg Noodles
    Macaroni & Cheese Casserole
    Eggaroni
    Potato & Egg Skillet Supper
    Italian Fresh Vegetable Pasta Dinner
    Meat & Potato Patties
    Potato Patties
    Huevos Rancheros
    Egg Pizza
    Chicken & Dumplings
    Cheesy Meat Loaf
    Ham, Egg & Cheese Casserole
    Chiles Relloenos Casserole
    Salmon Loaf
    Basic Quiche or Egg Pie
    Variations for Quiches
    Basic Souffle
    Breads
    Grandma’s Bread & Rolls
    Basic Muffins
    Basic Fritters
    Cornbread
    Popovers
    Salads
    Cooked Salad Dressing
    Hard Cooked Eggs
    Potato Salad
    Desserts & Treats
    Baked Cheese Cake
    Basic White Cake
    Gingerbread
    Lemon Pound Cake
    Angel Food Cake
    Fluffy Frosting
    Chiffon Cake
    Coconut Pecan Frosting
    Baked Custard
    Custard Sauce
    Basic Pudding or Pie Filling
    Bread or Rice Pudding
    Lemon Meringue Pie
    Coconut Macaroons
    Heavenly Pecan Squares

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    By Miller Mitchell (Arizona Desert Rat)
    This is a very helpful book if you are trying to rotate food storage or camping supplies. She has some interesting but useful ideas on using dried eggs. The recipes I have tried were very good and my husband who is not at all interested in using dried food products didn't realize he was eating food made with dried eggs! I would have given the book 5 stars but there are a few recipes that are "mixed up" in the directions and you have to "wing it" to complete them. Other than that - great recipes and great tasting finished products using the recipes.

    AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY
    Peggy Layton, a home economist, holds a bachelor's degree in home economics education from Brigham Young University, with a minor in food science and nutrition. Peggy and her husband, Scott, have seven children. With nine people to feed, Peggy writes about food storage and preparedness from a hands-on point of view. She writes and speaks frequently on bulk food preparation and emergency preparedness and has traveled extensively lecturing at preparedness expos throughout the United States. The author of a series of books on food storage and cooking, Peggy is also a food storage consultant and has helped many people put together food storage programs for their families. She is dedicated to bringing you accurate information as well as quality, tested recipes. Peggy and her family live in Manti, Utah, a rural town of 2,500 people, where they are prepared for any disaster—Peggy lives what she preaches!


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