Product Review: Lana’s Egg Whites

Are you tired of having to go to the grocery store every couple days just to buy egg white? I know I am. I used to walk in and buy 5-6 cartons of the bigger cartons of egg whites then like three days later I would end up right back in the same section buying more! Then it seemed like everyone is on the egg white bandwagon so it was getting tough to find them and get them when I needed them. Looking online for a place to buy egg whites turned up a lot of places trying to sell you on powdered egg whites but I wanted to real thing. One of the companies that kept coming up was MuscleEgg but they were a lot more expensive than just buying at the grocery store even if it was more convenient. I did some more digging and found Lana’s Egg Whites. They are all natural egg whites that come in an 8lb tub and are delivered quick and frozen. I placed an order for two tubs that were $49.99 which for as much egg whites as you get it is definitely worth it. I placed the order online using PayPal but they also take credit card and received them in a couple days. While I was waiting for the tub to arrive I contacted them to get a couple of questions answered so that I could convert my recipes. They use cups instead of grams on their site but when you get the tub they tell you 1/2cup is 122g. I also had a question on how they recommend getting them out of the paint can like jug they came in. With in a couple hours I had a response to my mail and received the answers that I was looking for. They told me that they recommend putting them in like a kool-aid contain which would be great but I had trouble finding these so I improvised. I picked up a closable carafe from Target but to start I was to short to reach the bucket to the funnel in the top without spilling it all over the place. To solve this issue I grabbed a water bottle, squeezed the air out of it, turned it upside down and shoved the nozzle in the egg whites. It sucked them right up and bam! I had my egg whites.

So that kind of describes the how to get them and get them ready to be used. Now the important part. Since they are food it clearly is all about taste! They are great! They taste fresh and cook up just like regular egg whites. Best part is they are natural so they have no gums or anything in them like the ones you get at the grocery store. I have used them in making omelets, waffles and they came out better than before. I actually prefer the taste of these over that of anything that I have bought at the store. I’m not sure what I am happier about not having to buy egg whites at the store or how they taste.

The one hiccup of the process was I ordered two and only one arrived the first day. I contacted Lana and like before got an immediate response! They checked and the next day the other one arrived so something went a little sideways on the shippers, UPS, side. The best part was they were on top of it and kept in contact with me to make sure that I am happy. As someone who has worked in customer service and IT I value the importance of customer service over almost anything when I am looking at where to buy things. Lana’s has built a life long customer based on their customer service. The fact that Lana herself responded to mail shows how much they care about the customer.

Need another reason to check them out? Have you heard of Phil Heath? Yeah he’s a user of their product! Check out http://lanaseggwhites.com/ you will not be disappointed! Give them a try and let me know what you think! I could say so much more positive about them but I feel like I am rambling now!

That's a lot of egg whites. Worth every penny!

That’s a lot of egg whites. Worth every penny!

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