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Binder in brownie
Hello! I am veganizing a dear family recipe of brownies. The only trouble I have substituting, is the eggs. Last time I used a starch-based egg replacer, but the result was separated margarine. I need something to use as a binder in my brownie, so that the liquid won't separate from the rest of the brownie. Any ideas? I'm thinking maybe baking soda and vinegar, but I don't know.
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Accepted AnswerHadibooOfflineI always use flax as my egg substitute. So far it has worked in everyday, even when making loafs, meatless meat balls, and my fried tofu fritters (mock popcorn chicken). 1tbsp ground flax mixed with 3 tbsp of warm water make one egg. Just let it sit for a few moments...also works with chia seeds too.
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