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Coming Soon: The World's First Vegan Fried Egg

Anyone who’s given up animal products, has probably tried egg replacers in recipes and a whole bunch of tofu scramble to mimic the taste and texture of familiar egg-based foods (minus all the cruelty and negative health effects, of course!). However, not a single product has come along that looks and tastes like an egg yolk.

Well, that’s about to change soon!

THE VEGG vegan egg yolk, touted as the world’s first vegan fried egg is set to launch soon and will be available online in stores like VeganEssentials, Amazon and a few others.

All you have to do is add water to make 1 liter of Vegg yolk and it can be used in cooking, baking, scrambled “Veggs,” French Toast, Pancakes, vegan Hollandaise sauce and many other recipes.

The Vegg is described as “all natural” and the main ingredient appears to be nutritional yeast. In addition, it’s fat-free, soy-free, gluten-free and contains no trans-fats or cholesterol.

The Vegg website has a number of recipes that you can try.

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3 comments on “Coming Soon: The World’s First Vegan Fried Egg”

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5 Years Ago

Hmm, that's interesting! Sounds pretty cool that they found a way to do that, wonder if it actually tastes like the real thing as they say? I will however have to disagree about eating eggs being 'cruel', as they put it. I raised chickens that laid eggs and if we didn't collect them the chickens would eat the eggs themselves (my chickens were free range as well). Also the eggs we eat are not fertilized- in other words there's no baby chick in there, just the nutrients that *would* have supported a baby chick.

5 Years Ago


25 Feb 2012

Really? What's creepier, taking an egg out of a chicken's womb, or making one out of nutritional yeast? I'll take the latter, thanks.

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