Eggs

Teepee

Thru Hiker
Why not carry your eggs in a nice padded Chicken/ Self carrying egg device?

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Bmblbzzz

Ultralighter
The armour-plated egg box kept all six eggs safe until the third day, by which time it was empty. I then filled it with very small onions... and later with tortellini. Even though by then the rubber band keeping it closed had broken,* none spilt. Or split. However, on the morning of the sixth and final day, I found that the armour plating had come loose due to the dew softening the glue I'd used. I don't think its lack made any difference really.

*One of the friends I met up with promised me a whole bag full of ex-Royal Mail rubber bands... Gee, thanks!
 

lakeshore

Trail Blazer
On a recent Bavarian Alps trek my German walking buddy put me on to looking in supermarkets to purchase already boiled eggs; shells were coloured. It wasn't Easter when I think similar things are done over here to eggs.
 

Bmblbzzz

Ultralighter
Interesting idea! I don't think I've ever seen ready boiled eggs for sale in UK – but then I've never looked for them.
 

Tartanferret

Thru Hiker
Usually come with a bit of spinach don’t they?

I’ve seen some in the Chinese supermarket which I suspect smell like a rancid fart but they like that sorta stuff :vomit:
 

flyfifer

Trail Blazer
I have no idea how I missed this treatise on Egg transportation but apparently I did.
I am however surprised at the lack of cuben fibre or Cadbury solutions to the problem.
 
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