Eggs + Salmonella = sick person. A perfectly normal egg may have salmonella bacteria inside or externally. I can't say for certain what temperatures and conditions eliminate it, but some bacteria are incredibly resilient and able to 'reactivate' if you will after long periods of dormancy. So my take on real eggs is...yeah...superb and not much of a huge gamble. But if you hit the unlucky egg which isn't well cooked you may have regrets. Pass the cookie dough!
If you read the comments section of the article people rave about it. I think the water to egg ratio is key. But you just cook them like real scrambled eggs.Fwiw USDA recommends 160 for egg dishes to kill salmonella. So my question is, if I dehydrate raw egg, rehydrate with boiling h2o...will the egg cook up properly?
Yep. Buy eggs in grocery stores in some countries and they are not refrigerated because they have not been washed. Was in Costa Rica a couple of years ago and saw this--why aren't the eggs in the refrigerator? Turns out there's other ways of doing things...Get fresh eggs from a farmer or friend that hasn't been washed. They will keep for a long time just sitting on the counter. Once you wash off the egg is when you have to refrigerate. Fresh unwashed eggs in a plastic container and you'll be good for awhile.