Originally Posted by bigislandhikers
Honeyville have these 50 lb boxes of whole eggs for 200$. That figures to be 2000 eggs at 10 cents each, if my math is correct.
As packaged they only have a 12 month expire date. How long do you figure they would last if I packaged them up into Mylar
with oxygen absorber ?
Same lifespan as the prepackaged eggs the food storage
companies sell. Many years. Powdered eggs are real stable when packed properly. I'm using up some that have been stored in a hot metal shed since the late '90s and they're still fine. They were packed in #10 cans with O2 absorber.
But check around first. You can almost always beat Honeyville's price if you do a little browsing. A lot of places sell eggs in bulk, as well as other products.