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I have looked all over for a bread recipe that uses egg powder, to no avail. majority rules there are no egg bread recipes using egg powder out there! hahaha.
Can you help me out? what is your experience with egg powder and have you made bread with it?

YB
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Eggs are Eggs, thus:

Powdered whole eggs are another alternative to fresh eggs and are convenient to use and store. They can be used for most types of egg dishes or recipes requiring eggs as an ingredient. To use the powder, it is simply blended with water to produce a liquid, which is then used the same as fresh eggs. Powdered egg products are pasteurized and do not require refrigeration, which makes the products safe to use and easy to store. Powdered whole egg products are available in most supermarkets.

Thus: 2 1/2 tablespoons powdered whole egg plus 2 1/2 tablespoons water = 1 Large (2 ounce egg)

All it really is is just dehydrated eggs.
Never tried it with bread however just substitute the egg amount with the conversions above.

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o.k. YB, that's what i came

o.k. YB, that's what i came up with in my searches also...thank you for your time, have a great evening!


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