While you might find some of the research that follows surprising, there are no magic potions or super bars on this list. They’re all nutrient-rich whole foods, which a recent study revealed increase calorie burning by roughly 50% compared to processed foods, adds Sass. Eating less without feeling like you’re on a diet and burning more calories? We’ll take it.
Of the list, the majority are accessible to those of us on warfarin/coumadin. Apples, pears, lentils, and leeks are a concern but can be tolerated in small doses without a huge impact. I don’t see anyone consuming lemons though… Kimchi was a surprise.
There are many reasons why you might need to replace eggs in a recipe. You could be making a batch of cookies for a vegan friend or a birthday cake for a child with an egg allergy. Perhaps reducing a recipe size has left you needing less than one egg — or maybe you just ran out of eggs altogether. Fortunately, there are several simple substitutes that make it easy to cook without any eggs at all.
To determine the right egg replacer to use, first you have to know why the egg is in the recipe in the first place.