QUOTE(japaneseobesession @ Dec 2 2005, 03:38 PM) [snapback]323117[/snapback]
how do you make bread without eggs?
wait.. that means that can't eat a lot
how do you people live...? x_X
Many vegetarians eat eggs and drink milk, while Vegans and some other vegetarians avoid eating eggs, and/or milk and dairy products.
And, you can omit eggs and still make many variety of yammy bread
(Italian loaves, Cuban loaves, wide variety of French loaves, all kind of sour dough bread, or just bake bread without eggs, and most of them come out just fine.)
Similarly, you can make lots of yammy cakes
and other baked goodies without eggs.
Or, depending on recipe, use some sort of egg substitutes, such as using mushed banana if needed consistancy, or use mushed Tofu if needing proteins.
You can even make outrageously yammy cheesecakes
with Tofu, or delicious pudding
using creamed tofu!!
(Trust me, I had a vegetarian roommate, and another roommate who was an observing Jewish, and both loved cooking, and I loved sampling many of concoctions from these two!!
is easy. They have many brands of Tofu ice cream, rice ice cream, and stuff like that, and they come in most of ice cream flavors.
(And, incidentally, my friend who's Jewish and not eating meat and dairy products in the same meal loved those!! .. Yes, many are made Kosher also.
You can also buy all sort of "fake" cheese
, mostly made with Tofu protein, and come in all sort of varieties, like chedder, Swiss, Mozzarella...
And, you can even make fairly good "scrumbled eggs
" from Tofu by crumbling firm tofu, add some seasenings, (and, I'm not sure but maybe also termeric or something that makes the whole thing look yellow,) then microwaving it.
I don't know about yogurt, but since soymilk
is widely available, comes in whole, lowfat, nonfat, and yes, even non-egg non-milk eggnog
!!, so I bet you can find yogurt subs as well.