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Nutriom’s OvaEasy egg crystals are dried eggs that actually taste like fresh eggs. The eggs are 100% natural and contain no preservatives or chemical additives. Just add water and bake them in a breakfast casserole or scramble to use in fried rice. OvaEasy eggs have a minimum shelf life of 7 years with no refrigeration required, so they’re perfect for long-term storage. Pleasant Hill Grain offers OvaEasy whole egg crystals and OvaEasy Breakfast Skillet mix that contains sausage, eggs, peppers, and hashbrowns.
Nutriom is a small, family-owned company that's proud to produce their eggs in the USA. OvaEasy eggs are sourced from farm-raised hens that have been fed vegetarian diets and contain no antibiotics or hormones.
Pure, Natural, Healthy
OvaEasy egg crystals are made using a new food dehydrating technology that gently evaporates water from whole, fresh eggs. This process results in a dried egg that contains all the nutrients and taste of a fresh egg. Nutriom is a military supplier that uses the US Army Labs shelf life tests to guarantee the freshness and nutrition content of their eggs. Choose OvaEasy when you want to be sure the eggs you’re consuming are natural and healthy.
OvaEasy at Pleasant Hill Grain
We have tasted and enjoyed OvaEasy egg crystals at Pleasant Hill Grain, and we are happy to answer your questions about these products!
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