Break all of your eggs and empty them together into the same container. Once they're all together, you'll be able to mix them. I do 4 cups per tray in my medium-sized trays.
Make sure the freezer you put your trays in to pre-freeze are level and that you have adequate free time. Oops,
Level trays make
pre-freezing much easier!
Prefreeze your raw eggs at least 12 hours. You want them solid to avoid messes in the freeze dryer. Trust me.
When the eggs are frozen solid, put them in the freeze dryer. They'll take a little more than 42 hours (depending on a lot of factors). But prefrozen is definitely the best way to go.
The freeze dried eggs will be lighter in color and feel like a wafer when you pop them out. ..
You can powder them before packaging, or you can leave them in wafers.
Freeze dried raw eggs are great for long term storage and are versatile in how you use them?