Powdered eggs?

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I was wondering if anyone had information concerning egg substitues. We won't be raising chickens but will need eggs for baking, etc. Does anyone have a source or information for a powdered egg substitute besides from Walton's? Thanks Mary

-- Mary Howe (doesnotmatter@thistime.com), January 10, 1999



-- thekingsman (humptydumpty@satona.wall), January 10, 1999.

One large tablespoon of pure canned pumpkin gives the same effect and about the same taste as one whole egg. Try it.

-- Cook (Cook@aol.com), January 10, 1999.


Do you know where Mapleleaf Foods is? They have dried eggs. I bought some there but they were outdated. When I complained they said they will order fresh. I'm waiting for the replacements now.

A carton has six three pound bags for about $48.00.

Don't know if you saw my last post in this regard but I believe we're neighbors. If you saw it but want to retain your privacy, that's ok by me too. Just thought it would be nice for my wife and I to exchange local sources and ideas with another well informed GI.

I'm in Cheektowaga. Drop me an email if you want.


-- Floyd Baker (fbaker@wzrd.com), January 10, 1999.

Try 1 tablespoon of soy flour mixed with 1 tablespoon of water as an egg substitute for your baking and cooking needs. Soy flour can be purchased at Walmart. Hope this helps.

-- Peabody (work@it.net), January 11, 1999.

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