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Egg-free Cheat Sheet

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A take-it-with-you guide to common egg sources.

foods to watch 

eggs

 dried eggs

egg powder

 egg solids

   

common hidden sources 

baked foods

breaded and batter-fried foods

Caesar salad dressing

cream pies, fillings and puffs

custards

lollipops and other candies

puddings

marshmallows

ice cream

meatballs

eggnog

meatloaf

eggrolls

meringue

egg substitutes

frosting

coffe drinks*

pastas

fizzes

sauces (hollandaise and tartar)

simplesse (fat substitute)

soups and sonsommes

souffles

wine

macaroni

nougat

pretzels**

mayonnaise

root beer

 artificial crab meat

   

words to watch
(look for words beginning with Ovo or Ova) 

albumin

ovalbumin

globulin

ovovitellin

lecithin

surimi

lysozyme

emulsifier

coagulant

binder

livetin

ovalbumin

ovoglobulin

ovomucin

ovomucinoid

ovotransferrin

silici albuminate

vitellin

   

non-food sources

vaccines**

cosmetics

shampoos

creams

lotions

finger paints

   

* Eggs are often used in foam
**Pretzels may be dipped in egg before being cooked
***The measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vacine contains eggs, although studies suggest it is safe for people with egg allergies. Flu vaccines may also have some egg protein. Ask your doctor!

Last modified on Sunday, 11 May 2014 20:47
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