A little-known hack for packing eggs for a camping trip has gone viral after it was shared on Facebook.
But not everyone is on board with the space-saving idea.
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An American woman, who calls herself “A Mind Full Mom” on Facebook, revealed whenever she goes camping, she ‘decants’ her eggs into an empty plastic bottle.
This means they are basically ready to make scrambled eggs, and you don’t have to worry about breaking eggs on the way to your destination.
“I saw this floating around and had to share for any campers. 13 eggs in a water bottle!” the mum wrote on Facebook.
“All ready for scrambled eggs and takes up very little space.”
It wasn’t long before the post went viral, attracting more than 12,000 likes and thousands of comments.
Many were delighted with the hack and said they couldn’t wait to try it for themselves.
“This is GENIUS! I hate cracking eggs at camp,” one commenter wrote.
“I’ve actually used this when camping. So much easier to put in the cooler,” another added.
Others said they have also used it in the past.
“We do this all the time. Learned it working at a bakery. We’ve kept them that way for much over a week just fine,” one commenter wrote.
Not everyone was on board with the idea, with some saying it made them feel queasy.
“I haven’t gagged this hard for this long at a food concept in forever and I’m afraid I may be actively dying,” one commenter wrote.
“I understand the convenience. It’s just the concept and process of bottling *gag* eggs I *gag* can’t,” another added.
This isn’t the first camping hack to go viral.
Earlier this year, a busy mum revealed how she used Kmart’s Large Modular Drawers to create a storage solution which holds all her camping needs.
By keeping all her family’s camping items – such as food, cooking utensils, first aid, towels and cleaning supplies – in the labelled boxes, she can simply just move them from the garage to the car when they are heading off on a trip.
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