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Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 10:21 am
by gregorach
27 - Eggs Benedict, if you can be bothered making the hollandaise. :icon_smile: A delicious, luxury brunch that uses loads of eggs.

Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 11:32 am
by Sinmara
28 - Put eggs into stir fried vegetables with coriander and lightly salted. Very yummy!

Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 11:41 am
by JulieSherris
29: Build a cabinet, stick a sign at the end of the road & sell 'em!

6 months after starting, expect the total income to be approx 450 euros :cheers:

Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 11:46 am
by Jerseymum
27 - French toast (or eggy bread as dh calls it) a fave with kids
28 - feed next door's cat
29 - egg curry (boiled eggs with fresh, home-made curry sauce)
30 - egg-fried rice
Sarah

Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 12:34 pm
by Millymollymandy
31. Give beaten up egg to dogs and cats whose coats look a bit out of condition - it's amazing how it gives them a glossy coat in no time.

Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 2:41 pm
by Green Aura
Millymollymandy wrote:31. Give beaten up egg to dogs and cats whose coats look a bit out of condition - it's amazing how it gives them a glossy coat in no time.


Do you put it in with their food or on its own? And how much - 1 per cat?

Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 7:10 pm
by crowsashes
32 . glue - egg white is a very eco friendly glue for light items like paper

33. leather cleaner (using egg white)

34. beauty products - hair conditioner (whole egg beaten) or as a face mask (yolk mixed with water)

35. ive seen people apply a photographic emulsion to an egg and use that instead of darkroom paper

Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 9:28 pm
by oldjerry
For goodness sake don't waste valuable food cleaning your shoes,hair,toenails or whatever!Smear them with oil ,vaseline or similar and they'll keep for weeks and weeks.

Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 5:42 am
by crowsashes
id rather use surplus eggs! but as to using the egg yolk, i think its perfectly reasonable to use it up for such items especially if you've spend a day making meringues or those weird recipies that call for 'yoke of two eggs plus 2 whole eggs'! what do you do with the left over :scratch: does anybody actually follow those recipes ?

oldjerry wrote:For goodness sake don't waste valuable food cleaning your shoes,hair,toenails or whatever!Smear them with oil ,vaseline or similar and they'll keep for weeks and weeks.


vaseline in the hair/toenails aint great :lol: oil though, a tiny amount heated with hot water and rubbed in well works a treat for dry scalps and hair :thumbright:

36. quiche! it freezes well and uses up copious amounts of surplus eggs

Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 6:29 am
by Millymollymandy
Green Aura wrote:
Millymollymandy wrote:31. Give beaten up egg to dogs and cats whose coats look a bit out of condition - it's amazing how it gives them a glossy coat in no time.


Do you put it in with their food or on its own? And how much - 1 per cat?

I used to give my last cat one egg beaten up and she'd lap it up just neat - she absolutely loved it. I fact all cats I've had have loved beaten egg except the current cat who is remarkably strange about anything that is not cat biscuits - and he suffers more from intermittant coat problems that all the mogs in the past - but you can't win 'em all.

I can't remember whether we gave egg to our old dog c. 30 years ago though so I'm not sure if this is OK for a dog or not, suppose I had better mention that!

Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 9:53 am
by gregorach
crowsashes wrote:36. quiche! it freezes well and uses up copious amounts of surplus eggs


I know we're a bit past worrying about it now, but you can cram a surprising amount of courgette in there too! :icon_smile:

Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 10:12 am
by Jerseymum
37: messy eggs (scrambled egg with all the little scraps of leftover pepper, onion, tomato etc that accumulate in the fridge) on toast
38: zabaglione

Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 11:16 am
by oldjerry
OK have you thought about an egg round? Seriously,we used to do this donkeys years ago 2 evenings a week,eggs and our own spuds(we grew about 3\4 acre),and targeted estates where there were a lot of elderly people,who didnt have cars didnt want to carry heavy bags liked fresh stuff etc.Met some really nice people too.Had plans to develop the same thing here before I got sick.It's just a thought,if you dont grow spuds you can buy them off local farms for a few quid a bag.

Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 12:09 pm
by Millymollymandy
oldjerry wrote:and targeted estates where there were a lot of elderly people

Guess now you can target estates full of young people just before Halloween :lol: or go to major demonstrations with all your old hopefully smelly ones and sell to a ready market. :lol:

Is that nos. 39 and 40? :iconbiggrin:

Re: 101 Uses for Excess Eggs

Posted: Sat Nov 06, 2010 6:12 pm
by MuddyWitch
41) Use egg white as temporary hair 'spay' As I refused to buy the nasty stuff, & DD2 was in a ballet class run by Attila the Hun, who insisted her fringe was lacqued back, our friend suggested this. It worked a treat.

BTW 1 egg per week per dog is what all my hounds have had. The prison dogs that I puppy walked were given one each every week too, and the odd one as a treat more than that. So long as you don't feed a small terrier half a dozen at a time there will be no problems, assuming your dog isn't allergic or suffering an ailment that eggs could make worse etc.

Most wild dogs, such as wolves & foxes will activly seek out eggs so it is quite a natural part of these omnivours' diets.

MW