If you have chickens, you have a sustainable source. I did up, up until recently.
Eggs from your own last longer when they are not washed. For a short while they don’t require refrigeration if kept in a cool dark spot, but hard to say how long that is. I used the old floating method to gauge, but you can easily tell when they go really bad.
There are freeze dried and dehydrated eggs and egg crystal options in pouches and cans. I have several options, but they’re for a rainy day. I might get around to trying them out in the near future. Expiration dates vary (3-10 years, iirc), and are not as long as some other LT food.
One egg substitute for baking is apple sauce. If you look up Vegan alternatives to eggs you’ll find some others with longer shelf lives. One source:
Statistics: Posted by NJMike — Mon Aug 28, 2017 2:26 pm