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„eggless“ (about 26 900 000 results on Google) and „eggfree“ (about 621 000 results on Google) – does it make a difference in meaning? Has one of these expressions been introduced later or is there a difference between, say American and British English? Which one of these expressions sounds more „natural“ or „better“?
exactly: I am referring to „eggfree“ us used about cakes, pancakes, donuts, brownies, bread rolls, salads, recipies and recipy books for all of these, about recipies for allergy sufferers, „eggless“…
And (much more frequent) „eggless“, actually, seems to be used in almost the same way, although it is perhaps not so strongly collocated with the dietary aspect of the issue.
On this website they use apparently both expressions as synonyms: Only Eggless Cakes / Eggfree Cakes
I would use "egg-free" as would most of the egg-free products in the health food store where I work.
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