If they are eaten fried and soft-boiled, eggs are also ingredients present in many culinary preparations. Cakes, pancakes, breads, cookies…Eggs seem to be essential in any recipe.

In reality, several foods that are hiding in your refrigerator or in your cupboards can allow you to replace them. And this, without it being felt in the taste!

In the slideshow below, discover five everyday foodstuffs that can save you the day when you forgot to do the shopping.

Household essentials, baking soda and vinegar can also do the trick to replace eggs in your recipes. According to the Healthy Mood website, they will be able to replace them in the majority of preparations.

To do this, all you need to do is mix a teaspoon of baking soda with a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar or distilled white vinegar.

“When mixed, vinegar and baking soda start a chemical reaction that produces carbon dioxide and water, which makes baked goods light and airy,” the magazine explains, adding that this alternative works especially well for cakes, cupcakes and quick breads.

Do you have a few eggs left but you don’t know if they’re still quite good? To find out, there is an extremely simple trick.

Immerse them in a bowl previously filled with cold, salted water. There are three possibilities: