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I've made my own laundry soap for a few years. The ingredients are easy to find with multiple recipes online. I have tried liquid and powder. The powder ones make more sense to me, saving time and money. AND the powder easily breaks up in the wash, no white powder on clothes!
Use one-quarter teaspoon psyllium seed husk powder as an egg-replacer in baked goods such as muffins and cakes. Add about a tablespoon extra liquid for each egg replaced. Psyllium seed husk powder, available in bulk at health food stores, keeps baked goods moist and prevents crumbling, is low in calories, and adds extra fiber. If your baked goods require a lot of egg yolks or are meant to be custardy, this will not work, however.
I bake my own bread and hate the hamburg and hotdog rolls in the stores.
I mixed a batch of dough, rolled it into a snake and cut it into 1 to 1 1/2 inch slices and put them into muffin tins. let raise as usual, baking time will be shorter. Everyone raved! regular muffin tins=slider, large tins=hamburg size. Next I'll try the hotdog shape!
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