First you make sure your eggs are clean and float them for freshness. If the eggs, don't lay in the bottom of a water bath promptly give to our hogs.
Next beat 18 eggs until nice and mixed. Notice how orange yellow the color is? We free range our layers, they only get co-op bought scratch grain to finish out their meals inside the coop at sunset (no antiboditics in layer feed allowed. All shells are given back to our hens to replenish their calcium.
Scramble eggs (just whites or yolks) do not add spices or salt.
Layer into dehydrator after eggs have cooled a bit. Leave until eggs are little hard nuggets. Then remove and add to a really good blender, food processor to powder. My choice is a coffee grinder I keep on hand (it has not ground coffee.)
Saenz learned how to make butter from whipping cream. He shook this jar for 8 minutes then he was rewarded with this:
Which he and his brother spread on bread and fought over who was eating too much. LOL
Have Ya'll tried the silicon baking pans for cakes and such? I love them! No greasing nor flouring pans. This one has a tab you can use to remove it from a hot oven. Yes, they are kinda wobbly when placing into the oven so, I just put them on a pizza sheet. The pans are easy to clean except for the bundt cake pan. That one drives me bonkers trying to clean but, I still love the idea of not adding unnecessary fat to my dishes. I have gotten 3 rounds, 3 loaf and 3 bundt on eBay for $45 total to include shipping. Just sign up for the daily eBay specials newletters and you will be notified when a seller has them on special. Best gift ever to myself!
Off to get the carrot cake out of the oven.