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Posted: Friday, December 6, 2013 8:55 am

Dear Barbara: My husband has high cholesterol and he loves all the holiday baking. I try to cut corners where I can on the cholesterol content. I noticed that the Egg Beaters, or liquid eggs, don’t have any cholesterol. Can you bake with the egg beaters? — Maureen from Lockeford

Dear Maureen: Yes, you can bake with the liquid eggs, such as Egg Beaters. I have had several people tell me that the liquid works exactly like regular eggs, only without the cholesterol. A quarter cup equals one whole egg. If you look on the inside lid of the egg carton, which I am sure you already have, you will see that one egg has 71 percent of the daily value of cholesterol. Heaven forbid if you ate a three egg omelet! Happy baking! He’ll never know the difference!

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