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Baking without eggs

Silken Tofu Tofu is a

Silken Tofu Tofu is a familiar product for many, however, silken tofu might be a little alien. Most vegans have primarily substituted silken tofu for eggs in many dishes. It’s made by curdling soy milk and pressing them into sliceable cakes. While baking cakes, breads or cookies you can use ¼ cup of whipped silken tofu for each egg.

Flax seeds Flax seeds mixed with ¼ cup of water work as substitutes for eggs. Since it has a nuttier flavor it works best when you are baking waffles, pancakes and oatmeal cookies.

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