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MONDETTE37
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7/6/11 7:14 A

I use egg substite when I make my waffles. I can't tell the difference. I like baking with them. I just use the equivalent to eggs. emoticon



SHAWON
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6/28/11 6:37 P

i know, I use the off brand or stock up when it goes on sale;-).



LINLOUTOM
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6/28/11 4:25 P

Thank you for this tip I use egg substitute all the time, but it is costly. Eggs are much cheaper. I will be trying this soon. emoticon



SHAWON
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6/25/11 4:54 P

i ove egg beaters, i use them for everything cooking, etc



ELLEN0407
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10/21/10 9:02 A

1/4 c is 1 egg.



TINAMBRESNAHAN
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10/20/10 6:44 P

2 eggs



JANETLP
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10/20/10 1:51 P

this was a great post as I was wondering the same thing. I do use the substitute and was wondering how much of it I use in place of the eggs in a baking recipe. Thanks for the answers to this question!




BLIZZTEE
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10/11/10 2:44 A

Thanks for the info.. emoticon



DIANE7786
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10/4/10 2:18 P

This is a recipe for egg substitute (like Egg Beaters). I don't see the point of extra calories and fat, except that we can freeze it.

Homemade Egg Substitute
*1/4 cup = 1 large egg

6 egg whites
1/4 cup dry milk powder (non-fat)
1 TBS vegetable oil

ĦMix all ingredients together and blend until smooth, refrigerate. Can be frozen



GRACIESMOM70
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10/4/10 2:05 P

I don't have any in the house now but the box tells you what equals what



XANADUREALM
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10/3/10 8:27 A

I like using real eggs too. The whole egg not just the whites. Body builders eat a lot of whole eggs.



MFLESCH
Posts: 268
10/2/10 8:30 P

Egg substitutes are made from real eggs.



LIZKING
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10/2/10 11:37 A

yup, i buy egg sub and 1/4 cup of egg sub is equal to one egg...
you might try using 2 egg whites per one egg...still all natural.

Edited by: LIZKING at: 10/2/2010 (11:38)


XANADUREALM
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10/1/10 7:53 A

You also can use ground flax as a replacement.



DIANE7786
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9/13/10 11:06 P

1 egg equals 1/4 cup egg substitute. So 1/2 cup egg substitute equals 2 eggs. In recipes eggs are always large unless it specifically says a different size.



TISTEN23
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9/13/10 4:42 P

A lot of recipes call for egg substitute. I dont like that, I only use real eggs. How much do I substitute using real eggs? EX: recipe calls for 1/2 c fat free egg sub. I use large eggs. What should I do?



 
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