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Baking With Eggs

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I have leaky gut and MS-like symptoms. I have not eaten eggs for nearly five months, although I was not eating a lot of eggs. I really don't like eggs, so I don't ever have to eat a scrambled or boiled egg again. However, the coconut flour recipes that I would like to try all require eggs, and egg substitutes don't work well. Is baking with eggs just as bad as eating them cooked?

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15334 · April 03, 2011 at 11:59 AM

On paper, baked egg ought to be as bad as eggs equally cooked through other methods. It's possible, however, that your baked eggs would simply be more cooked than eggs cooked in other ways and cooked eggs are sometimes better tolerated than less cooked eggs (at least in my case).

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3142 · April 03, 2011 at 11:27 AM

I have heard of people making a 'faux' egg by combining water and chia seeds.

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620 · April 03, 2011 at 4:38 AM

Eggs are included in backing recipes for their leavening and emulsifying properties. Unless you are making someone with a characteristic egg flavor (for example: egg bread, custard, quiche) you will not be able to taste the egg.

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891 · April 03, 2011 at 3:54 AM

Have you eliminated grains and dairy yet? I assume so since you are posting here, but maybe not. Why do you think eggs are the problem?

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