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From: Susan (
Subject:         Re: new egg replacer
Date: February 26, 2011 at 7:25 am PST

In Reply to: new egg replacer posted by cindy on January 22, 2011 at 6:08 pm:


Not sure if you are looking for vegan or not BUT, on their About page I found this disclaimer:

"EggNot although not vegan, is vegetarian and contains no animal by-product other than a dairy derivative."

There are tons of vegan alternatives for replacing egg, it is just a matter of what it is giong into. I come across many baked good recipes that I like and adapt...for instance, in brownies I use flax seed meal (i do not like nuts in my baked goods - a texture thing - but the flavor of the flax seed gives the idea of nuts), I have make bread pudding using Arrowroot (yea a lot!) but it was so delish! I have used 1/4 cup whipped silken tofu for french toast, used enerG for a few breads. Tried and true: baking soda (and if the recipe calls for cider vinegar it works better than water - the replaced egg is not missed at all. I have my "vegan bible" Vegan with a Vengeance by Isa Chondra Mozkowitz, in it she has a section dedicated to replacements... a lot for eggs. Like I said, it depends on what the 'egg' is going into.



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