Easy Egg Substitute – Vegan Quick Tip

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  • at 10:44 pm
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    just out of eggs and wanting some peanut butter cookies, thanks!

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    I am mystified by the popularity of flax as an egg substitute. I have tried it several times and it simply doesn’t work. Perhaps it has the ability to bind, but it has no ability to build structure like eggs do. It will not help baked goods hold their form. All I ever ended up with was fallen muffins. Same with aquafaba. Total scam. Just because flax or aquafaba have the consistency of eggs, doesn’t mean they are a match for the egg’s properties.

  • at 10:44 pm
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    The person in blue T-shirt's voice is like Saif Ali khan lol
    Indians will get it
    Btw thanks for these egg substitutes

  • at 10:44 pm
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    I'm sorry fellas I couldn't find any tablespoons with trees on them🤭

  • at 10:44 pm
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    Jaysus they talk to us like they're talking to their young kids…

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    You are the destttttt ever

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    YOU DIDNT SHOW IT…. 1ST FAIL….

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    What can I use instead of egg for deep frying chicken?

  • at 10:44 pm
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    THANK YOUUUUU!!

  • at 10:44 pm
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    So… to show how to make something vegan you steal an in-shell embryo from a chicken, crack it, and swirl the contents in a jar with a fork? Why?

    Why did that egg have to be destroyed for this video?
    What viewer would have been confused if that segment was omitted?
    What are the chances that virtually 100% of the people searching this video don't want to see anything related to craking open eggs?

    Critical thinking people.

  • at 10:44 pm
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    How long are these good for? Would I be able to make a full jar of egg replacement and store it away in the fridge for later so I wouldn't have to make it again for awhile?

  • at 10:44 pm
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    1 like for the Twins 😊

  • at 10:44 pm
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    Ok this video sucks👎….Compared to other videos with same Subject Matter

  • at 10:44 pm
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    These are great but what about people who have chrones and can’t do seeds like that?

  • at 10:44 pm
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    What is a good vegan egg yolk substitute?

  • at 10:44 pm
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    You didn't need to buy and use eggs for this video. If you're making a video for vegans you should really think about what you're buying

  • at 10:44 pm
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    Oh thtssss reallly soooo helpfull for me my religion is SIKH pure vegetarians….had so much difficulty to make patties cakes etc ….just because of binding agent in most recepies was egg …ended up buying egg substitute from.amazon a kind of white powder to b mixed with water bt frankly i wasn't so satisfied…..bt u guys made it so easy as these 2 things i have in bulk in my kitchen always …..m really vry thankfull to u both from bottom of my heart Always stay blessed….loads of good wishes from Bajwa family Austria .🙇‍♀️

  • at 10:44 pm
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    Thank you so much! This makes my life so much easier! 😁

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    I tried this with the flax in a cookie recipe that called for 2 eggs. Wish I'd only used 1/2 the water. Cookies took 25 minutes to bake, not 10! Now I know!

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    thumbs down for touching that egg

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    Supposed to filter the flax seeds / chia seeds out? They didn't say

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    Can I use the flaxseed egg replacement in puffs? Will it puff up

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    Thank you ♥ 😍

  • at 10:44 pm
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    What about Egg wash what would you guys use as a egg wash on something crusty that i am baking

  • at 10:44 pm
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    You two are twinning

  • at 10:44 pm
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    Sir which one is flex seeds which one is the second seeds ???

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    Can someone pass me a video of a cacke recipe using some of this substitutes (or others)? I need to know if it works before I make another mess in the cook

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    does it perfect for breading?

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    Can u replace only the yolk?

  • at 10:44 pm
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    is it bad that I gasped when you cracked that egg?
    lol

  • at 10:44 pm
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    Which is better to use as a binder in burgers and patties, chia or ground flax?

  • at 10:44 pm
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    The greatest video I've seen in months.

  • at 10:44 pm
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    Do u have any tips how to replace an egg white? I mean – All deserts I like I have to wipe an egg white. What can you suggest? 🤗

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    Am I the only one who just came bc their eggs are a week spoiled???

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    So basicly if i was used to eat an omlette of 5 eggs, I should replace that with 5 tablespoons of flaxseed and 15 of water?

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    what if i want to make egg wash

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    Vegan boys are hot;)

  • at 10:44 pm
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    Great tip guys, thanks 🙂

  • at 10:44 pm
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    Great video and tip! As an alternative baker myself I've used these methods and they work, but my preferred method is 1/4 cup of pumpkin puree to replace 1 egg.

  • at 10:44 pm
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    A great egg substitute that works well for cakes, cupcakes, etc., where you need eggs as a leavening agent is actually vinegar! It sounds so weird, but it works so well. When you need light and fluffy desserts that are also moist, a tablespoon or two of vinegar replaces eggs, and the chemical reaction with baking soda in the recipe makes your cakes really light, airy, and surprisingly moist!

  • at 10:44 pm
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    Nice. Can you do video on how to replace an egg in poaching?

  • at 10:44 pm
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    Another great tip. We use it a lot here at home, and both me and my girlfriend are ecstatic about your channel and your book, so of course we will be going all the way to Ireland from Denmark to visit your shop, restaurant and café this summer!

  • at 10:44 pm
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    Why use a real egg in this video? I think we all know what an egg looks like!

  • at 10:44 pm
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    first off, everything they make looks so delicious and i want them to cook for me, i want it all. second off, the enthusiasm is real. love it so much.

  • at 10:44 pm
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    Aldi do a ground linseed! also great tip! 🙂

  • at 10:44 pm
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    You can buy flaxseed already ground 🙂

  • at 10:44 pm
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    I find that flax and chia seeds kinda weigh down breads and cakes so I use aquafaba instead! Works wonders and makes everything so fluffy and airy

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