How To Dehydrate Eggs
For some people who live in a city, having dehydrated eggs doesn’t make much sense. However, those of you who live on a homestead or who are farming chickens do understand that during the summer months you’re practically begging people to take your eggs and during the winter months you have to buy eggs from the store. No matter where you live though, it is a good idea to have dehydrated eggs on hand during winter months in case of an emergency.
A good way to save money if you don’t own chickens is to purchase a larger quantity of eggs when they go on sale. Also, if you don’t own a dehydrator, you can use your oven on a low setting or make your own with this tutorial here.
You can use dehydrated eggs in recipes calling for eggs by mixing the powder with water to reconstitute it, as explained in the link below. You can also dehydrate yolks and whites separately to be able to use in baking. Don’t forget, dehydrated eggs to cook with are still raw!