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Re: egg substitute

Hello Gail,

Could you post the recipe or send it to me off-list if it does not meet 
the requirements of fatfree?


On 29 Apr 00, at 10:05, Gail Thompson wrote:

> I have a World War II recipe for oatmeal chocolate chip cookies that
> uses water and baking soda instead of eggs. Eggs were in short supply
> then (I think) but this works well. It uses 1 tsp of baking soda in
> 1/4 cup of boiling water. I don't know if this is equivalent to one or
> two eggs. I haven't tried this in other recipes so I don't know if
> it's a universal substitute but it's fine in the cookies. I've made
> the recipe with both eggs and the water/baking soda substitute and
> they come out the same.
> Gail Thompson

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