March 22nd, 2005

egg replacer in bread

does anyone have any experience replacing eggs in non-vegan bread recipes?

i'm not talking about any specific bread - i assume applesauce or banana would work well for sweeter breads, but for the rest, i don't know what to use. i highly doubt powdered egg replacer would work for this purpose, and the thought of using tofu in bread grosses me out.


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I'm craving craving craving baklava (spelling?)
does anyone have any good recipes?

i live in Guangzhou, i can't get anything too extravagant...even if it's not exactly baklava but something similar...i'd appreciate it.

will X-post to vegan recipes
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My husband and I have been adapting our diet to a more vegan-like diet in the past month. One of the items I am devasted to give up on is.... MIRACLE WHIP! You see, i grew up on that stuff. When i was a meat eater, i'd dip my steak in that stuff. I often would use it in my sandwiches and with tortellini and so on. I am/was a total miracle whip junkie. I always disliked mayo, i found it really nasty tasting. I'm wondering if anyone knows of any vegan mayo that I could try out and see if it meets my liking. I'm also wondering what it's about miracle whip that gives off such a zesty taste to it and if it'd be possible to find that ingredient (assuming it's vegan friendly) and add it to a vegan mayo.. Hmm ideas, ideas.

Anyhoo, any vegan mayo fiends out there?