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Baking without eggs

Vinegar,

Vinegar, Baking soda As strange it may sound, 1 tablespoon of vinegar mixed together with baking soda can do wonders for your cake. If you do not have vinegar in handy, lime juice can also be used. They are perfect substitutes for eggs and your baked goods will be light and fluffy.

Pureed fruits Fruits like bananas, unsweetened applesauce, plumped raisins and softened dates are perfect substitutes while baking cakes, quick bread and brownies. One egg equals a ¼ cup of these fruit purees. For better results, you can bake the items for slightly longer.

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