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Where Can I Buy Egg Oil

4. Tilt the pan toward you to pool oil at base and using a soup spoon, spoon the hot oil over the egg whites (avoiding the yolks; you want them runny) to cook them anywhere they are still translucent (that's called basting), about 1 minute more.

where can i buy egg oil

If you need additional assistance in finding product suggestions or where to find ingredients, post a message in the KFA Food and Cooking Support Forum to get suggestions from other parents who are also managing the same food allergies.

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