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How to replace '''egg''' in [[vegan recipes]]? It really depends on what you are preparing.
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'''eggs''' are laid by female [[animal]]s from which a new generation hatches.
  
Egg yolk (yellow part), which has more fat, may be replaced with a bit of [[oil]] or just simple water.
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== as food ==
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today most commercially available eggs for consumption are from [[Chicken|hens]].
  
Egg white is a substance that helps to glue ingredients. It can be replaced by plant-based ingredients that have similar features. For example: smashed [[banana]], partly mashed steam cooked potato, [[tapioca]], rolled [[oat]]s, etc.
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== Factory farms treatment ==
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all the male chicks are ground up or suffocated.
  
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=== free range ===
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means they have access to the outdoors during their production cycle.
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=== cage free ===
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means that the hens don’t live in cages. they can still be cramped in a large building.
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=== Pasture Raised ===
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they can roam outside.
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== links ==
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* https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dE2JBm-gjFY
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* What does 'cage-free eggs' mean?, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rE7v_xpzQk
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* on Eggs From Backyard Chickens, by [[Bite Size Vegan]], https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yR9BwiukoII&vl=en
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* https://www.huffpost.com/entry/defining-egg-labels_n_57ffaabfe4b05eff55820176
  
 
[[Category:Non-vegan food]]
 
[[Category:Non-vegan food]]
[[trash:Egg]]
 
  
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
* [[:Category:Non-vegan]] [[Category:Non-vegan]]
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* [[Egg substitutes]]
* [[Wikipedia:Egg]]
 

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eggs are laid by female animals from which a new generation hatches.

as food

today most commercially available eggs for consumption are from hens.

Factory farms treatment

all the male chicks are ground up or suffocated.

free range

means they have access to the outdoors during their production cycle.

cage free

means that the hens don’t live in cages. they can still be cramped in a large building.

Pasture Raised

they can roam outside.

links


See also