It’s finally here – the Vegg is the first vegan egg yolk
alternative, and is the perfect cruelty-free substitute to use in
your favorite recipes. Just mix the contents of the Vegg packet
with 1 liter of water, blend, and you’ll have a creamy yolk
substitute that’s ready for cooking!
The possibilities are endless with the Vegg – you can now make
perfect vegan French toast, vegan “egg” nog, frittatas, custards,
cakes, and even Hollandaise sauce! Whatever you can imagine, the
Vegg will help you create awesome dishes every time (visit
www.thevegg.com for a fantastic list of recipes!) 10% of net sales
on the Vegg go to help the fantastic work that Compassion Over
Killing does for the animals. Gluten-free. 4.5 oz. (127g) shaker
bottle is $12.99.
Ingredients: Fortified nutritional yeast (dry yeast,
niacin, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin, thiamin
hydrochloride, folic acid, vitamin B12), sodium alginate, black sea
salt, beta carotene
Out of this world great!!!!!
From rose Chilibeck of Haileybury, Ontario on 2/20/2015.
This came in my parcel yesterday, I'm in Canada so it is costly with shipping etc but WOW EEEE :)It was totally worth every penny to get this product shipped to northern Ontario! It is unbelievable.I've been vegan for 10 years and tried a lot of french toast recipes. All not bad but THIS is exactly like the french toast of my childhood. I just scarfed down 4 pieces all in about 5 min. LOLKudos for an amazing product.One review said it had a sulphur smell of eggs, yes but you aren't eating it ragout of the bowl. Once mixed you are adding it to food and it makes the perfect taste once cooked. I can't recommend this product enough!!Haileybury ON Canada
Response to Jennifer Esposito
From squarkman of Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania on 11/1/2014.
You must be confusing the 4.5 oz container with the 1.56 oz sachet. The 4.5 oz container pictured above has instructions for 1 large yolk. Just blend 1/2 tsp Vegg with 1/8 cup water. You can make more yolks by using that ratio. Hope that helps!
From Jennifer Esposito of Woodstock Valley, Connecticut on 10/29/2014.
I haven't purchased yet but I'm wondering if this is for commercial use. The directions here say to add it to a liter of water so I'm guessing it makes a large quantity of batter or whatever. ??????Maybe someone can clarify this as I do want to try it to make gluten free vegan bread. Thanks.
From Kritolaos Pahiadakis of Athens, Greece on 8/6/2014.
Just like real egg!!I keep on reading the ingredients :)
Can't stand the smell
From Allison Taylor of Somerville, Massachusetts on 9/13/2013.
I love the idea of this, and I really wanted to like it, but when mixed, it has that awful sulfur smell of real eggs. I could barely keep from gagging when using it. On the plus side, I used it to make some gnocchi, and the consistency is great, and with such a small amount I can't really smell it in the prepared gnocchi.
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