Zip-loc Omelette Recipe for Boy Scouts, Webelos scouts

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This Recipe is meant for Boy Scouts, Webelos scouts.
large pot
hotdog tongs
huge paperclip
zip-loc baggie for each scout
2 eggs
grated cheese
ham bits
salt, pepper, other desired spices.
Bring water to boil in large pot.
Crack eggs into zip-loc baggie.
Add ham bits.
Add spices.
Close and shake to mix.
Use paper clip to hold tops of all baggies together so they do not melt on the side of the hot pot.
Place baggies into hot water.
Boil until eggs are firm and cooked.
Open baggie and add grated cheese.
Eat right out of baggie.
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 Aug 16, 2014 - R A Shawver
Another option for the first day out. On any egg meal crack the egg into a baggie, add any other ingredients and freeze. If insulated by spare clothing it will stay cold over night and often to even the next day. Steaks, hamberger or any frozen meat will fair about the same. This worked for me about 50 years ago when I was Scouting. Now days you could make an insulated pouch from foil lined bubble wrap insulation and might get up to 3 days fresh food before going canned or dehydrated.

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