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Egg replacer!

Discussion in 'The Vegan Forum' started by SummerRain, Nov 10, 2012.

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  1. SummerRain

    SummerRain I dreamed that God would be forgiving.

    I have finally got my hands on some egg replacer. I've only been vegan four years!

    So what kind of things do you guys use it for? I'm trying to think of things I can't veganise currently, and wondering if this would work. One thing I was wondering is if it would work for Yorkshire puddings?

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  2. Lord Snot

    Lord Snot Parsley Provider

    I haven't had any success with vegan Yorkshire puddings :(

    I've only ever used it for baking, but baking soda and vinegar works just as well. I haven't bought any egg replacer in years. Sorry this was not a more helpful post :p
  3. RabbitLuvr

    RabbitLuvr I love rabbits.

    Rabbitville, USA
    I've been timid with egg replacer and have only used it in waffles and cupcakes. I currently have a block of garlic herb flavoured tofu that I intent on coating with fish fry coating, and I'm going to try dipping the tofu slices in egg replacer before dipping them in the coating to help it stick.
  4. PTree15

    PTree15 Beach bum

    I use it mostly for baking. It's great in breads and some cookies.
  5. Wolfie

    Wolfie World Class Member

    I've used EnerG egg replacer for years and find it works in nearly all baked goods except boxed brownies. For some reason when I try that, the brownies don't firm up. I am left with liquid goo after baking. But it works great for cakes and cookies. Of course I don't make anything extremely fancy. It wouldn't work in angel food cake or egg white cookies of course.

    I'm still trying to find a vegan version of angel food cake that actually tastes good. :(
  6. SummerRain

    SummerRain I dreamed that God would be forgiving.

    :( Oh I guess I thought it would be lots better at being an egg than it is, it had a meringue on the front. Would that actually work? Although today I used it to dip falafel in before dipping in breadcrumbs and it worked much better than soyamilk does. Although I think maybe cornflour and water would do the same thing.

    Ah well, it's actually much cheaper than I thought it would be, £2.39 for 66 egg-equivalents. I still sort of feel like I'm cheating using it in baking though, I guess it doesn't feel right to be using ingredients that aren't... whole ingredients!
  7. KLS52

    KLS52 Only Kindness Matters

    I saw a video where a guy made meringue with EnerG. It was amazing. I keep saying I want to try it because I miss lemon meringue pie but have yet to do so.
  8. shyvas

    shyvas Deity Forum Moderator

    That is interesting. I wonder how he managed to do it ?:(
  9. thefadedone

    thefadedone Needs a life

  10. MadamSarcastra

    MadamSarcastra ONE YEAR VEGAN! YAY!! =)

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