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Vegan Egg Replacer Recipes
Written by Mattie    
I've been using chia seeds in my baking/cooking for a few years now. I make chia gel all the time. My daughter loves it in her green tea. I have never had to grind my chia seeds--ever! Unlike flax seeds, chia seeds don't need to be ground to be used in recipes, including making egg replacement. We are GF in our house so we use a lot of eggs and chia gel is often used, along with flax, to make egg replacements. :)
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3.0
SChapman Reviewed by SChapman January 20, 2014
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No grinding necessary!

I've been using chia seeds in my baking/cooking for a few years now. I make chia gel all the time. My daughter loves it in her green tea. I have never had to grind my chia seeds--ever! Unlike flax seeds, chia seeds don't need to be ground to be used in recipes, including making egg replacement. We are GF in our house so we use a lot of eggs and chia gel is often used, along with flax, to make egg replacements. :)

Owner's reply

Great idea on not grinding the chia seeds SChapman! I love the texture that whole chia seeds gives cookies. Thanks for sharing!

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