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#1 Old 03-25-2009, 12:44 PM
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I thought egg beaters was an egg substitute, but it's make with eggs. Do they have such a thing that's vegan? I was at Price Chopper last night and didn't see any.
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What are you looking to use it for? Cooking? Baking? Quiche?

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I thought egg beaters was an egg substitute, but it's make with eggs. Do they have such a thing that's vegan? I was at Price Chopper last night and didn't see any.



There are many threads on egg substitutes. It depends on what you need them to substitute for.
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Primarily for cooking, like "fried eggs" or something. less so for baking.
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Primarily for cooking, like "fried eggs" or something. less so for baking.



Do a search on 'Tofu Scramble'. Its one of the most popular breakfasts for vegans. Its like scrambled eggs. Lots of recipes for it on this board.
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#6 Old 03-26-2009, 05:08 AM
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apparently if you bake an apple in the oven (where else?) you can use it as an egg replacer in baking and whatnot.

otherwise, in australia there is a produtc, norgran which is all vegan and they have an egg-replacer. i think it's called 'no-egg' but i could be wrong. it goes alright
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Since I now have relatives that are allergic to eggs, soy, corn, etc, I have been doing a lot of research and testing (I love to cook).  I was appalled at how many egg substitutes were nothing more than eggs, and lets face it, applesauce only goes so far.  I have just recently come across these (no I have not tested yet, but they say...)  

  1. Bob's Red Mill Egg Replacer
  2. EnerG Egg Replacer 
  3. Pane Riso 
  4. Orgran No Egg

 

From what I can see it is via potato and tapioca mixtures.  They also seem to hold the equivalent of 100 eggs or more.  Hope this helps.

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Fry shiro shimeji in a little olive oil and add quarter of a teaspoon of salt to replace the taste of boiled eggs! chef.gif

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