A decade ago, when I first started writing about alternative baking methods, egg replacers still posed something of stumbling block. One of my most reliable, knowledgeable sources was known to say that nothing can really replace an egg. I wonder all this time later what she would say about aquafaba, the chickpea water lauded in [...]

A decade ago, when I first started writing about alternative baking methods, egg replacers still posed something of stumbling block. One of my most reliable, knowledgeable sources was known to say that nothing can really replace an egg. I wonder all this time later what she would say about aquafaba, the chickpea water lauded in [...]

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