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The world's first vegan egg yolk mix! Yep.
Mix contents of package with 1 liter of water and blend until smooth, then use as you would traditional eggs. Looks like you can use it all over the place.
Check their website to recipes and ideas: http://www.thevegg.com/
Gluten-free. 1.56 oz package.
10% of net sales donated to Compassion Over Killing. Which is pretty cool.
Ingredients: Fortified nutritional yeast (dry yeast, niacin, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin, thiamin hydrochloride, folic acid, B12), sodium alginate, black sea salt, beta carotene.
Serving Size: 1 tsp
Servings per Container: about 16
Total Fat: 0g
Saturated Fat: 0g
Trans Fat: 0g
Fiber: Protein: 1g
Vitamin A: 30%
Posted by Unknown on 8th May 2013
Made the Broccoli Quiche as described on their web site. Came out perfect. Also made Potato Salad Plus as shown on veggietorials.com. It was especially creamy.
Posted by TaraJ on 10th Jun 2012
I was so excited to see this new egg replacement product in hopes of creating a scrumptious breakfast without eggs. Whoa horsey!
First -- don't follow the instructions on the package which tell you to mix the entire package with water. You'll end up with a HUGE amount of "egg yolk" sitting in your fridge that you simply won't be able to use up in just a few meals. Instead, find a recipe and only use what you need. This was the first mistake I made (following the instructions).
Secondly -- don't buy this product thinking you're going to make scrambled eggs. That was my second mistake. The Vegg is great to use in recipes, but not alone as scrambled eggs. I tried and tried and tried, and just couldn't get it to cook as a stand-alone "egg" meal.
Now that I have a huge bowl of this stuff, I'm making a bunch of french toast and freezing it. It takes a little longer to cook french toast with The Vegg, and it's easy to create soggy bread, but if you have some patience and cook it a little longer, you'll be pleased with the results.
I'm going to try the creamy tofu scramble the previous reviewer suggested, as the french toast will get boring fairly quickly!
Posted by Ed G on 3rd Jun 2012
Let's face it, tofu scramble is tasty and can be good for you, but it's usually dry and crumbly, like old scrambled eggs. With The Vegg, make your tofu scramble the way you normally would, then add some mixed The Vegg toward the end, when it's almost done. To approximately ten ounces of extra firm tofu and the appropriate amount of vegetables and nutritional yeast, I usually add about a half cup of The Vegg (that's about two teaspoons of the dry powder with a half cup of water).
This not only adds a delicious flavor component, but it makes the scramble creamy the way you remember fresh scrambled eggs.
There are many other ways to use The Vegg, but this is my favorite.