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question about egg white volume

Posted by susan_on (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 1, 08 at 21:11

I have a recipe that calls for 6 egg whites. I have bought the egg whites that come in a carton for this recipe, but I don't know how much to measure out. Does anybody know?


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RE: question about egg white volume

It should tell you on the box.


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RE: question about egg white volume

12 tablespoons? I have never seen egg whites in a carton, but one egg contains about two tablespoons of egg white. Cook's Thesaurus may have more info.

Here is a link that might be useful: Cook's Thesaurus


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Thanks...now I can make my mini angel cake!


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Mini angel cake? Please share the recipe. A large one is just too big for us. Have fun baking!


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RE: question about egg white volume!!!!

I'll do that tomorrow, Msmarion....I'm switching to another computer and I'm not real smooth at it yet!


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.....and just so you aren't measuring 12 tablespoons of egg whites, that is 3/4th of a cup.


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RE: question about egg white volume

Thanks, Marygail!


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