This is how I recycle eggshells fit for human consumption.
Watch this simple process and discover the amazing end product of eggshells we usually throw away in the garbage.
Making Eggshell Calcium Powder
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Uses of egg shell CALCIUM powder
According to known research, studies and test, eggshells are safe for human consumption. It is rich in calcium.
Some of the many uses of eggshell powder include: Coffee creamer and on any beverage; add on scrambled egg, meat and vegetable stew, bone/chicken broth, add on pansit and palabok and favorite Filipino dishes; add on toothpaste; face cleanser/scrubber; add on apple cider vinegar before consuming/drinking; additive for potting soil and pet food, and many more.
The unpolverized eggshell has many usage too. Only imagination limit its earth and environment-friendly usefulness.
On my taste test: Coffee tasted differently from one with commercial milk powder. But the taste is not bad either. Some shell flakes settled on the cup bottom.
✅Need to reduce oven time which accounted for the hint of burnt taste on the coffee.
✅Blend longer period and thoroughly to pulverize or powderize the shells evenly.
✅Use fine hole sift to guarantee only the finest powder on finished project.
[NB. More time consumed in filming the taste test if only to capture the steam from the cup of coffee. Also editing the raw video took longer hours. Raw video of almost 20 minutes shortened to 5.37 minutes.]
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