The worst bird flu outbreak in U.S. history has quickly turned eggs, once a household staple, into a hard-to-find luxury item. Case in point: the average cost of a dozen, large Grade A eggs in U.S. cities has more than doubled from $1.70 in November of last year to $3.59, according to data from the St. Louis Federal Reserve. And those record-high prices have consumers searching for egg alternatives. In one popular Reddit thread, more than 600 users discussed egg replacers and workarounds. Here are the top seven egg alternatives to get you through this shortage.
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