I'm getting started with provisioning for this year's trip.
Last year I froze a bunch of eggs. Eggs are expensive in the Bahamas - I paid $5-6 per dozen often. And in the least populated areas, we had trouble finding them if a mail boat had not delivered recently.
I was not particularly pleased with the texture of the whole eggs last year. The yoke was sort-of hard and a strange feel. I read online that the solution is to scramble the eggs first. So that's what I did.
Took a couple of days of freezing - I only have 2 ice trays. I put 5 or 6 cubes in and vacuum sealed - should be about 3-4 eggs - perfect for omelets in the morning. I also did a few with just 2 cubes in case I have a recipe calling for a single egg.
So now I have 4 dozen eggs in the freezer - should be enough to tide us over at times when we can't get them fresh.