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An EGGcellent Superfood

Eggs are a quick, easy and delicious way to help meet our protein needs. Did you know that two large eggs contain 13 grams of protein. Protein is important for building and maintaining muscle, fighting infections, and growing strong hair and nails.

When it comes to your emergency food supply or extra food storage, eggs are widely a top choice, some even say a necessity. Eggs are one of the few foods considered to be a complete high-quality protein source, because they contain all 9 essential amino acids. ‘Essential’ means that the body cannot produce these amino acids on its own, which is why we need to include them in our diet. Amino acids are considered the building blocks for the body because they help to form protein. 

To keep such an amazing food for a long time, that's sometimes tough. Our freeze-dried eggs is the solution for this common issue.

We offer four (4) sizes to choose from; small, medium, large and family XL. All of the specifics about how are hens are raised, what they eat and more information can be found here. To order some freeze-dried eggs right now, click here.

If you have made it this far in the article, we want to say thank you!

Use coupon code "EGG10" and save 10% off all eggs in your order! This coupon code is for a limited time, and eggs aren't usually discounted, so take full advantage of the savings now.

Here is a breakdown of how much protein is in the sizes we offer:

• Small: 56-63 grams

• Medium: 112-126 grams

• Large: 168-189 grams

• Family XL: 224-252 grams

All sizes come in a 7mil thick mylar bag, providing optimal storage for light and durability. We include an oxygen absorber and the bag is then hermetically heat sealed, adding further protection making it airtight. When stored in a cool dark place, and in a sealed bin, these last 20+ years!

Don't forget all size packages are light and don't take too much room, so they are perfect for camping, hiking, fishing, backpacking and much more!

To order some freeze-dried eggs right now, click here.


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