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Eggfree pancakes

post #1 of 19
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Does someone know a nice receipt of pancakes without eggs? I have made it a while ago with wheatflour, but it doesn't work. It was very thick and I have tasteless thick pancakes.
post #2 of 19

Some health food stores have eggless substitutes.

I don't know what the Health Food Store situation is in the Netherlands, but here you can get a wide variety of egg subs. You might check on the internet as well.

Several decades ago <:eek:> I went through a 'no egg' thing and found some products suitable for baking.

If I run into something I'll give you a holler.

April
post #3 of 19

Ok...

I just typed in 'eggfree pancake recipe' into google and got about a zillion hits...:crazy:

I'm sure you'll find something in one of them.

April
post #4 of 19
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My english is not so good that I can read all those receipes. I shall have to translate a lot of words.
post #5 of 19
Drive, bring the recipes here that are difficult and we'll try everything we can to make them useful to you. :D

For instance, I found this at About.com. Is it understandable?

Milk-free, Egg-free Pancakes

Submitted to the Allergies Forum by RRANDY1
2 cups flour
4 tsp. baking powder
1/4 tsp. salt
2 Tbsp sugar
2 cups water
3 Tbsp oil
1/4 tsp vanilla

Mix all the ingredients. I use a wisk to get all the lumps out. I use PAM in the pan, and then spoon out the batter, and cook like you would regular pancakes.

When they are done, I put them on wax paper to cool, and then I freeze them. Add bananas or chocolate chips for variety.
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post #6 of 19

absolutely!

Do you use litres or quarts? (1/4 Dutch and I still don't have a clue)

Will help all we can.

April
post #7 of 19
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I understand the ingredients, but not all is clear what you say under that. What does mean the words: wisk and PAM?

It is so strange. I have very much patience to read an Emglish reading book, but I don't have patience to translate a message or a recipe which I find in English. :confused:
post #8 of 19
Drive,

PAM is a north American product. It's a non-stick coating you spray from a can. It's used as a "release agent"- that is, to make cakes, etc. come out of their baking pans easily, and to help keep food from sticking while cooking in a pan.

Whisk (correct spelling!) means to mix quickly with a wire whisk or a fork.

Let us know if you need more explanation. I'm a retired teacher and made a career of explaining things many different ways! :D

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post #9 of 19
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Thank you. I shall do that for sure. Is my English good enough or am I making much mistakes (grammar or writing or something?) I have ask this earlier (not at this forum, but at another) but no-one wants to help me to make my English better. Because when I make (writing) mistakes, and no one correct me, then I don't learn anything of it.
post #10 of 19

totally off topic

Hi drive - I'll edit your post. I know what it means to struggle with a foreign language. Howevwer, keep in mind that what you wrote is perfectly understandable, just that it sounds like a non-native speaker. So what, actually, since you ARE a non-native speaker! But anyway, since you want to know, here's how i think it should go:
Thanks. I'll do that for sure. Is my English good ehough or am i making many mistakes (grammar or writing or whatever?) I have asked this before (on another forum) but no one wants to help me make my English better (you might say: to help me improve my english) because when i make writing mistakes and no one corrects me, then i don't learn anything

nobody says "shall" except language books. "Much" is used when we mean something you can;t count (much coffee, much chocolate - many mistakes, many candies) . "whatever" would be used rather than something in this case, though i can;t explain why, it's just a feelign about the language, and maybe someone would disagree. "I have asked" not "ask", since it's the past participle that goes with have, "earlier" sounds like you just asked a minute ago or this morning, "before" means some time before, "no one" is not hyphenated - "to help me make" not to help me TO make, it's not necessary. "Because" doesn;t start a sentence, it connects two parts of a sentence, "no one correctS me", not "correct", because it's the third person. you don't need "of it" - you just don;t learn anything
hope that helps! Now, can i ask, why do you want to make pancakes without eggs? Are you allergic?
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post #11 of 19
Drive, we have members from all over the world, and for a great many, English is their second (or third, or fourth) language! We are more concerned that you get answers to your questions than if your English is perfect. :)

Since many of the English speakers here are from the U.S., we do differ somewhat from the Australians, New Zealanders, Brits, Canadians and Indians. When you also consider poor typing and spelling, we all must be patient with each other! No worries, friend.

I invite you to send me an e-mail or Private Message (PM) if you have English language questions. Soyez de bon courage- be brave! :)
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post #12 of 19
There is a great language exchange at http://www.polyglot-learn-language.com/. You help someone with your native language and they help you with theirs. There are a lot of people willing to help with English.

Here's the Dutch entry and explanation of the site: http://www.polyglot-learn-language.c...ion_langue=Dut
post #13 of 19
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I am over-sensitive for histamine and for that I don't may have many E-numbers. I also don't may have eggs, tomato, cinnamon, sauerkraut, strawberries and sauces which you can buy in the shop which are already made. There are more things which I don't may have, but when I mention everything I can keep writing. I have send an earlier message about diet (updates) and when you look at message number 8 you can see my whole diet at this moment. It is still now for eleven days (then I have to go to the dietist) and then we'll hear further. I have namely psoriasis and when I eat much of the forbidden E-numbers it become worser. I hope you understand my frustrations.
post #14 of 19
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Thank you. I shall do that when I need help again.
post #15 of 19
Hey, Drive, I've undertood all your posts, and your slightly fractured English is very appealing.

When I was 16 years old, I was asked to tutor a French kid, 10 years old, in English. I'd had classes - and tutoring - in both French and German, so I figured it would be easy to do.

It wasn't. English is so irregular, with so many variations of grammatical "rules", that I pretty much gave up. EVERYTHING about English seems to be an exception to supposedly common spelling, grammar, and syntax. :eek:

Don't worry a bit - you are completely understandable, and you do a he!l of a lot better in English than most of us would do in Dutch.

Welcome to a really nice forum- hope you feel at ease and free to be part of it.

Mike
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post #16 of 19
Ummm...
Drive, you talked about sensitiveness to a bunch of foods and having psoriasis. We're going through that at my house- my wife was diagnosed with psoriasis for several years and it turned out to be an allergic reaction to several things.

She's allergic to latex and rubber: she was wearing rubber clogs and when she changed to other shoes the "psoriasis" on her feet went away!

She's also allergic to "fragrances" found in almost everything. Perfume, soaps, cosmetics, even cat litter. We've found altertnates for all of these, made without fragrances. She's also allergic to the very common food preservative sodium benzoate. We have to read every food product label very carefully.

She may also be allergic to capsiasin (sp?) - the hot stuff in chilies - which is messing up my food preferences. Both of us like spicy foods; she's going to get tested for that in the next couple of weeks.

If you would like to exchange notes with her, feel free to email. She knows a lot more detail, of course, than I do.

Mike

By the way, speaking of your fractured English :) I don't understand your term "E-numbers." Please provide a similar term or definition. (That would be a... synonom.) :D

M
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post #17 of 19
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http://www.curezone.com/foods/enumbers.asp Here you can find the meaning of E-numbers. Maybe you understand it now more.
post #18 of 19
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For MikeLM,

I had tried to send you a PM but when I am at your profile, I cannot find the link send this person a PM. But I saw the link: send this person an e-mail. I did twice, but I didn't have any answer. Did you received it? Can you send me otherwise a PM so that I can send a PM back? Or don't you want that?
post #19 of 19
First of all; the E-Numbers all seem to refer to chemical food additives. So there's a start - don't eat anything that's not FRESH.

As for pancakes without eggs:

Try making Indian Dosas - a mixture of fermented rice and lentils. NO eggs.

You could also make Cachapas - a Venezuelan pancake made from freshly ground (sweet)corn and stuffed with white cheese.
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