What are egg replacers/substitutes made from... and does anyone reccomend a specific brand. I never eat eggs as a meal- I can't stand them, and I want to stop using them in baking... anyone have experience w/ this?
Yes, I use a product called Ener-G Egg Replacer. It's a powder, you mix with water, and whisk it. it turns frothy and is an excellent binder. You can't make an omelette out of it but it works great in baking.
Oh yeah, and the box has the equivalent of 60 dozen eggs! This stuff last a long time, is shelf stable, and works great.