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Freeze-Dried Egg - Single Ingredient
Freeze-Dried Egg - Single Ingredient
Freeze-Dried Egg - Single Ingredient
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Freeze-Dried Egg - Single Ingredient

  • -R -99.95
  • Regular price R 99.95

    Fresh Equivalent

    • 100g = 12 eggs


    Rich in Selenium, Vit D, Vit B6, B12, Phosphorus
    Good source of minerals: Zinc, Iron, Copper
    Good source of fat-soluble Vitamins A, D, E, and K
    Powerful antioxidants
    High quality Protein
    Good source of OMEGA 3s

    Health Benefits

    Promotes HEART HEALTH
    May reduce the RISK OF STROKE and HEART DISEASE
    Adequate supply of CHOLINE during PREGNANCY
    Protects BONES and prevents OSTEOPOROSIS
    High Protein Content to ASSIST with WEIGHT LOSS (filling fuller longer)
    Raises HDL - the good CHOLESTEROL
    Enhances EYE HEALTH
    Contains all essential AMINO ACIDS
    Supplies AMPLE ENERGY
    Helps prevent ANEMIA

    Culinary Uses

    Rehydrate and use as you would normal eggs!
    Bakes | Quiches |
    Scrambled Eggs | Omelettes
    Homemade Mayonnaise

    Health Benefits for Your Skin and Hair

    Improves SKIN TEXTURE and REMOVE excessive OIL
    HYDRATES skin
    HELPS generation of new skin cells
    Treats DANDRUFF
    Works as a natural CONDITIONER
    Repairs DAMAGED hair

    Fun Facts 

    If an egg is accidentally dropped on the floor, sprinkle it heavily with salt for an easier cleanup.
    Don’t know if your egg is raw or cooked anymore? Spin it - if it spins easily, it is hard cooked but if it wobbles, it’s raw.
    Egg yolks are one of the few foods that are a naturally good source of Vit D.
    All eggs are hormone-free.
    How thick an egg shell is depends on the age of the hen!



    Scrambled Eggs

    Using the ratio on the label, 1:1, take as much powder as you desire mixing it with equal parts water. This process will rehydrate the eggs, making it possible to use them as normal! Throw in a pan, stir, cook and enjoy!


    Egg and banana hair mask

    1 ripe banana (or 2 tablespoons of banana powder)
    1 teaspoon honey
    1 teaspoon olive oil
    3 teaspoons egg powder

    Mix together until combined well, adding water if needed. Strain the mixture, ensuring there are no large pieces of banana (if you have used a fresh banana) and apply to hair, starting from the roots and moving down towards the ends. Leave for 10-15 minutes and rinse using COLD water.

    Face Scrub for Oily Skin

    Mix a whole egg with oatmeal. Apply to a cleansed face. Gently scrub for a few minutes and rinse. You can use this scrub up to twice a week.