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    Default zip loc scrambled eggs

    This is so good!!
    All you need is a baggie, eggs, a pot to boil water, and of course..fire

    You boil the water over your grill, put the eggs into the baggie and whatever fillings you want in your eggs, seal the bag and toss it into the boiling water and YUMMY...scrambled eggs great for camping!

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    Default Re: zip loc scrambled eggs

    Love it, no fuss and best of all no mess.
    from the land of moo cows & orange trees

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    Default Re: zip loc scrambled eggs

    This sounds like a super handy idea!! Thanks for sharing.

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    Default Re: zip loc scrambled eggs

    wow I never knew this..Thanks a lot... gonna do this for now on
    Born and Raised In Panama City,Florida...Now Living In Paducah, Kentucky

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    Default Re: zip loc scrambled eggs

    This isn't safe to eat, here is a letter from Ziploc regarding this issue:

    Dear Mrs. XXX,
    Thank you for your email regarding the safety of ZIPLOC® Bags.
    Regarding your inquiry, ZIPLOC® Bags cannot be used to boil food. Unfortunately, we do not manufacture a “boilable” bag.
    We do not recommend using any ZIPLOC® Bag in boiling water, or to “boil” in the microwave. ZIPLOC® Bags are made from polyethylene plastic with a softening point of approximately 195 degrees Fahrenheit. By pouring near boiling water (water begins to boil at 212 degrees) into the bag, or putting the bag into the water, the plastic could begin to melt.
    If you have additional concerns, we recommend you call our Product Safety Department at 1-866-231-5406. They will be happy to address any questions you may have.
    Best regards,
    Megan
    Consumer Relationship Centre
    SC Johnson
    Toll free number: 1-800-558-5566
    SC Johnson
    Reference Number: 012700038A

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    Default Re: zip loc scrambled eggs

    oh
    Born and Raised In Panama City,Florida...Now Living In Paducah, Kentucky

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    Default Re: zip loc scrambled eggs

    I did this tonight with my Kids for fun Scared to death now
    Born and Raised In Panama City,Florida...Now Living In Paducah, Kentucky

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    Default Re: zip loc scrambled eggs

    it did boil fine and it cooked...so do i need to worry?..My kids ate this....Help
    Born and Raised In Panama City,Florida...Now Living In Paducah, Kentucky

 

 
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