Use a blender bottle to store your eggs when camping

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Most blender bottles you may have lying unused at home will work for carrying eggs, or you can pick one up online for a few dollars. There are only two factors to consider. First, and most important, the bottle must be completely leakproof. Even if you buy a new one, it’s best to check the bottle for leaks before using it to transport eggs.

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The second factor to consider is the size of the bottle, and this depends on how many eggs you plan on carrying. While using small or large eggs can make a difference, in general, an egg contains about 1.5 oz of liquid (including the white and yolk). Thus, a 24-ounce blender bottle will technically hold 16 raw eggs, but since it’s not a good idea to fill it up completely, you can comfortably carry a dozen raw eggs in a 24-ounce bottle. You can find blender bottles as large as 74-ounces, so as long as your space and cookware permit, you can carry enough eggs to feed a pretty large camping group.

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Cleaning the bottle is also easy, and a wash in the dishwasher is usually enough to get the raw egg smell out. However, if the smell persists, you can use diluted vinegar, lemon juice, or baking soda to help get rid of it.

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