A couple of weeks ago I had a tray in the freeze dryer that needed filling before I ran the machine so I whipped up (as if to make scrambled eggs) about a dozen eggs and freeze dried them.
The first thing I did was crumble the bigger pieces so that it was basically a powder. For the first ones, I added hot water to reconstitute. Chad said he always adds milk to his scrambled eggs so the next batch, I added just a bit of hot water (because I didn’t want to heat milk and things work so much better with a warm liquid), stirred them til they were pretty well blended but thicker than they needed to be, then added milk.
They turned out perfect. Chad said they taste just a bit firmer than fresh scrambled eggs but we both actually liked them better than fresh scrambled eggs.
I told him I would put the equivalent of about 7 eggs into mylar bags and bring those to him and he can use them when camping. These eggs would work perfect for omelettes or baking.
I’m impressed with the eggs.