If you don’t freeze the egg whites, then I think 3-4 days in the coldest part of your frig is all you should keep them for. Think you can use them up that quickly?
How long is the “shelf life” if I choose not to freeze them? I’d like to make a big batch to use throughout the week, but am unsure if the eggs keep that long sans shell : )
Do you think adding a couple of the actual yolks would effect the expiration date of the batch?
Hi Maureen, This is a great idea, so yesterday I wrote an article with lots of options for vegans. Check it out here, and be sure to leave a comment about which works best for you. http://strivetosimplify.com/vegan-egg-substitutes/
How about some ideas for us Vegans for egg-substitutes without eggs? Something that will work for baking…
Some good info here. Still looking for additional information on natural health and would love any suggestions. Thanks a lot!
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