I'm not alone.
Having an allergy to eggs is quite common, as is the desire to eliminate them from the diet by those following a vegan regimen.
But it can be difficult to avoid them, given how much they're used in so many food products, from baked goods to some pastas, to mayonnaise, etc. It demands careful reading of ingredient labels to make sure it's not included in whatever the food may be.
In the past, an egg allergy often meant essentially giving up all kinds of baked goods, as well as anything else that uses egg as a binder, such as meatloaf, many types of burgers, or lasagna, just to name a few.
But awareness has helped educate and promote alternatives for eggs that can be used as a substitute in those recipes and in others, with very satisfactory results.
Below is a list of those substitutes I am familiar with. Some work better for different recipes than others, so you may want to experiment a little to see which one works best for your favorite one.
In some cases, you may even be surprised to find that the egg alternatives produce better results than the eggs do themselves.
That happened recently when my son's girlfriend baked two loaves of the same sweet bread, using eggs in one and pureed fruit in the other. We all agreed that the one with the pureed fruit was better.
So even if you don't have an allergy or you aren't vegan, these alternatives are still useful if you ever find yourself short of eggs for a recipe you planned.