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ONION926 SparkPoints: (3,718)
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6/3/13 10:53 A

I don't know what recipe you're baking, so I'm not sure what consistency you're going for or how the egg whites are being used. When I had vegan roommates, I always used Bob's Red Mill egg replacer. It works great in cakes, bread, cookies... pretty much anything that calls for eggs as a binder. Not good for glazes or fluffy meringue kind of stuff, though, obviously. :P

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5/8/13 7:11 A

I don't know if they substitute for egg whites exactly, but ground flax seed mixed with water works great as an egg substitute. Also Ener-G Egg Replacer is fab!

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5/6/13 5:03 P

I did a google search and found some interesting information. It's too much to copy in here so do a google search on "vegan substitute for egg white." The first one that appears is from the site "chefinyou." It actually has a chart with substitution information.

Oh wait, I think on this site I can post links. I'll give it a try.

http://chefinyou.com/egg-substitutes-coo
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MS_LEESA_G Posts: 29
5/6/13 2:15 A

I'm new to baking - anyone know of a good vegan substitute for when the recipe calls for egg white?
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