I think the problem here is that unless you have an allergy to eggs, you're
probably not eating them for moral/ethical reasons/beliefs. Since gelatin is
derived from animal bones and skin, most vegetarians won't eat it.
I wonder if agar would work? Can you get agar in powerdered form?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lee-Gwen [mailto:piglet006@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Saturday, February 10, 2001 8:54 AM
> To: fatfree@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Egg Substitute (from gelatin)
> In my searching for home made packet mixes, I came across this
> recipe which
> I thought might be of interest to the List. Clearly, this egg substitute
> offers very little in the way of protein and vitamins et cetera, but it
> might be useful even still. I have not tried it and do not know
> how good it
> Egg Substitute (from gelatin)
> 1 tsp. gelatin, unflavored (2 grams)
> 3 tbs. cold water (45 ml)
> 2 tbs. (plus 1 tsp.) boiling water (35 ml)
> Preparation Steps
> 1) Combine gelatin with cold water.
> 2) Add boiling water, and stir until mixed well.
> 3) Use this mixture as a substitute for one egg in other recipes.
> Tips: Use immediately after preparation.