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Vegan, Egg Free Substitutes

Vegan, Egg Free Substitutes
Many want to avoid eggs for myriad reasons – health, culture/religion, likings etc. Although adding eggs makes the end product so much better, it does not mean that we cannot do without it. There might be some compromise in taste and texture but for most of the cases the end result is still pretty much decent sans eggs too. Here is a list which comes handy to me while I am making such a recipe. Image source Most of these substitutions will work interchangeably for all other baked Goods. 1 Whole Egg = 2 Egg whites Egg White Substitute –> Use Agar Powder - For each egg white, dissolve 1 tbsp plain agar powder in 1 tbsp water.

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