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Egg Replacer

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I use Ener-G replacer for most everything. The best way to use it is to use 1 tbsp powder to 2 tbsp of warm water. I've never had anything not turn out yet. The other thing you can use if flax meal. Mix together 1 cup cold water and 1/4 cup flax meal and shake well. Store in the fridge and shake well before each use. Use 1/4 cup per egg.

Amy

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I use Ener-G replacer for most everything. The best way to use it is to use 1 tbsp powder to 2 tbsp of warm water. I've never had anything not turn out yet. The other thing you can use if flax meal. Mix together 1 cup cold water and 1/4 cup flax meal and shake well. Store in the fridge and shake well before each use. Use 1/4 cup per egg.

Amy

How long does the flax meal replacer last in the frig?


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Amy,

Have you noticed that some recipes specify egg replacer and eggs? lm


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Amy,

Have you noticed that some recipes specify egg replacer and eggs? lm

I can't say that I have seen a recipe that called for buth. My guess is thar the egg replacer would help bind the recipe together.

Amy

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I use Follow Your Heart Grapeseed Vegenaise (mayo) which is gluten, dairy, gmo and egg free and it tastes pretty good. I use one Tablespoon for every egg I need to replace in baking or cooking pancakes etc. It works. I tried the egg replacer but I like the Vegenaise better and it's easy...easy is good.

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