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Post by aardvarkdanny »

Does anyone know where to get dried egg powder?

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Post by Jenn R »

You can buy egg substitute powder....its called something like No More Egg in health food shops.
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Post by Theotherone »

Because there would have to be three of them.


Post by aardvarkdanny »

Thanks, will be whisking up powdered scrambled eggs!

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Tesco, made by supercook or Holland and Barrett. I use it for WW2 cooking displays. Stinks, but actually tastes ok.

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Post by trent999 »

Hi there I have been trying to get hold of this also.I have been in touch with sainsburys Tesco and Dr Ouetka who are now supercook.They have informed me that the supermarkets have removed this from their list and are no longer producing it. Its a real nuisance, I have spent hours searching for somewhere in the UK. :D I have found another way of getting the whole dried egg though its at myprotein.co.uk if you use the following ref code you will get 5% dicount. MP172813

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Post by Annis »

Have found dried egg powder in 'Weigh and Save' shops. Well, I saw some in the store in Lowestoft and I assume the other stores have it too.
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