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DavyLeo | Feb 24, 201812:22 AM     5

Hey All. So after finding out about an egg allergy, yes even free range, organic, grass fed magical eggs ;( I have removed them from my food regime. Which is low carb, grass fed finished meats etc. So I want to dabble in making things like low carb breads, which seem easy enough to make, but so many low carb bread recipes call for tons of eggs. I know there are egg replacements one can buy. So here I am, asking if any low carbers, are also no eggers, which replacements you use>? and any recipes for things like breads, pizza crusts, crackers, even no sugar sweets, cookies, using xylitol or stevia etc, that may call for eggs, what you used instead of eggs? Any tricks of the non egg low carb baking trade? Of course I have googled but find it quite confusing, Oh this type of replacement for this type of food, and that type of egg replacement for that type. Oy :) Maybe one type of egg replacement that is good for all types of low carb, paleo-keto type recipes, for breads, crusts, crackers, and sweets... Any pros? :)

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