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Originally posted by Pangolin Guerre:
What purpose would it serve? Condiment of some sort?

Since I'm allergic to milk, any substitute to use in baking (and some cooking) is needed if I wish to bake. The chickpea liquid could well be a good substitute. I plan to try it.

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A big thanks to all of you for your suggestion about the chickpea water and vegan cream. Much appreciated.

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Google around -- there are masses of sites and recipes. No point in reinventing the wheel, right? Also, pictures!

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Originally posted by Brenda Clough:
Google around -- there are masses of sites and recipes. No point in reinventing the wheel, right? Also, pictures!

For the chickpea thing?

I've spent years finding non-chickpea-water recipes for my milk and soy allergies and also $$$ buying cookbooks for same (I could probably start a blog if I had time. [Smile] ) I'm sorry if I gave the impression that I was just starting out with this. I've known about my allergies for 40 years.

But I'm fascinated with the chickpeas. I eat them quite a bit; now I know I have been tossing perfectly good water.

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Here, for instance, are 20 thrilling vegan things to do with aquafaba. Hazelnut almond dacquoise, who would have thought?!?

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Originally posted by Brenda Clough:
Here, for instance, are 20 thrilling vegan things to do with aquafaba. Hazelnut almond dacquoise, who would have thought?!?

I'm drooling!! Thank you. [Smile]

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I don't do dairy either. I think the trick to things like this is to not expect non-dairy things to resemble dairy. Appreciate them in their own way.

I have made slightly sweetened mildly curried aquafaba, with chopped dried cranberries with a sprinkling of coconut on top. One of those weirdly mindbending flavour things which we'll repeat.

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