Egg mix, butter flavored, freeze dried T-18

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Egg mix, butter flavored, freeze dried T-18

Post by housil » Wed Aug 02, 2017 2:30 pm

Actually we had planned at that bunker event, to have a Egg mix, butter flavored, freeze dried. Here is the delayed review of my friend did.
Eggs1.jpg
The opened pouch
Eggs2.jpg
The two bags inside
Eggs3.jpg
mixing with the right amount of water
Eggs4.jpg
Cook it in a frying pan, it started to clock after 4min
Eggs5.jpg
After 7 min of cooking, done:
Eggs6.jpg
Scrambled eggs :mrgreen:
Taste was a little "sweet".

Thank you to "Uwe" to allow me to use his pictures.

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Re: Egg mix, butter flavored, freeze dried T-18

Post by shawker71 » Wed Aug 02, 2017 7:52 pm

I have several bags of those. I added peppers, onions and ham to the last batch and that really made them better. There is an FRH for those bags but I don't have any of those.....yet. I liked them better than the German eggs with chives.
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Re: Egg mix, butter flavored, freeze dried T-18

Post by alohakid » Thu Aug 03, 2017 11:07 pm

housil - Thank you for sharing.

Questions: 1 - Are these hard to find? 2. Expensive? If I find one, would add crab meat, shrimp, mushrooms, onions, cheddar cheese and seasoning!... along with some Texas toast and a few adult beverages! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Re: Egg mix, butter flavored, freeze dried T-18

Post by shawker71 » Fri Aug 04, 2017 12:39 am

Alohakid, if you want a bag to try then PM me or I can turn you on to a guy on eBay that has them.
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Re: Egg mix, butter flavored, freeze dried T-18

Post by alohakid » Fri Aug 18, 2017 2:45 pm

housil wrote:Actually we had planned at that bunker event, to have a Egg mix, butter flavored, freeze dried. Here is the delayed review of my friend did.
Eggs1.jpg
The opened pouch
Eggs2.jpg
The two bags inside
Eggs3.jpg
mixing with the right amount of water
Eggs4.jpg
Cook it in a frying pan, it started to clock after 4min
Eggs5.jpg
After 7 min of cooking, done:
Eggs6.jpg

Scrambled eggs :mrgreen:
Taste was a little "sweet".

Thank you to "Uwe" to allow me to use his pictures.
housil - The last picture, was that the entire bag (18 servings)?

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Re: Egg mix, butter flavored, freeze dried T-18

Post by housil » Fri Aug 18, 2017 3:30 pm

alohakid wrote:
housil - The last picture, was that the entire bag (18 servings)?

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No.
The whole bag was 475g (25 servings 1/2 cup) and we cooked just 56g =~ 3 servings

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Re: Egg mix, butter flavored, freeze dried T-18

Post by alohakid » Sat Aug 19, 2017 8:28 am

housil wrote:
alohakid wrote:
housil - The last picture, was that the entire bag (18 servings)?

mahalo
No.
The whole bag was 475g (25 servings 1/2 cup) and we cooked just 56g =~ 3 servings
housil - Which makes sense since the picture appears to show a small portion cooked. Which brings me to a question (I know I know I'm always asking you questions :mrgreen: ): Assume you saved what you didn't cook for a later date?... a seller on eBay told me you had use it all or it goes bad... is she crazy in the cabeza? :lol:

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Re: Egg mix, butter flavored, freeze dried T-18

Post by housil » Sat Aug 19, 2017 10:19 am

alohakid wrote: a seller on eBay told me you had use it all or it goes bad...
The bag says so...
We kept the rest in a Tupperware container in the fridge. :wink:

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Re: Egg mix, butter flavored, freeze dried T-18

Post by alohakid » Sat Aug 19, 2017 10:55 am

housil wrote:
alohakid wrote: a seller on eBay told me you had use it all or it goes bad...
The bag says so...
We kept the rest in a Tupperware container in the fridge. :wink:
Live and learn... will keep that idea handy... as always, THANKS!

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Re: Egg mix, butter flavored, freeze dried T-18

Post by rations_qa » Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:51 pm

I've never seen the 25 serving bags before. The ones that I survey in the UGR-B and H&S, are 18 servings and there are 3 Boil-in-Bag in each mylar pouch. I find the if you can rehydrate over night the quality is much better.

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