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    This dressing tastes every bit as good as the famous box mix, but without all the sodium. Also, using my bread machine and salt substitute, my husband can have his dressing anytime he likes. I do not recall but believe this recipe was published in the newspaper many years ago.Prep time excludes bread baking time.

    Recipe #47162

    The owner of a small grocery in our village gave me this recipe after he saw me purchasing the expensive Egg Beaters from him time after time. Bless his heart, this is so much better, and can be used in any recipe calling for eggs. A 1/4 of this mix equals one egg. Great scrambled, too. I have keep a small lidded pitcher of the egg substitute in my refrigerator at all times for cooking and baking. It will keep up to 8 days, but you do need to stir it before each use.

    Recipe #47200

    This recipe makes 12 cups and has no sodium, unless you opt to add it. This mix makes it possible to still fix those dishes which my husband loves.

    Recipe #47201


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