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Anyone With Egg Allergies?
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I'm blood-allergic to eggs. Does that mean BOTH egg whites and egg yolks, or just egg whites? I was only tested for egg whites and I'm tempted to boil the 2 dozen I bought at the store before I had the results.

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I'm blood-allergic to eggs. Does that mean BOTH egg whites and egg yolks, or just egg whites? I was only tested for egg whites and I'm tempted to boil the 2 dozen I bought at the store before I had the results.

My food intolerance test had results for both egg whites and egg yolks. I react to both, but egg whites are more of a reaction. Sorry, I can't really answer your question. I guess you can try eating yolks to see what happens.

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I'm blood-allergic to eggs. Does that mean BOTH egg whites and egg yolks, or just egg whites? I was only tested for egg whites and I'm tempted to boil the 2 dozen I bought at the store before I had the results.

Well for a min, assume you can eat just thte whites, or just the yolks... how are yo9u gonna seperate them? There is no way to do it with out some contimantion, so even if you could... theres no way to get there. :(

My son tested postive to Egg to . :( Im finding egg to be ALOT harder then gluten....

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No eggs for me, either. I agree with Vincent - how would you completely separate the two parts of the egg.???

Avoiding egg isn't too hard, but it IS hard to make good gluten-free bread without eggs.

But, the hardest yet for me is avoiding corn and corn derivatives.

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I am allergic to eggs, so I don't even mess with which part. Baking is hard, but it can be done. I use ground flax, gelatin, and extra baking soda/powder for substitutes.

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