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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
PostPosted: Thu Feb 04, 2016 10:14 am 
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So the quiche turned out really yummy but it wasn't very filling.
I found this, too! I made two FYH egg quiches (with a pretty substantial filling of caramelized leeks, mushrooms, and Tofurky sausage), and they seemed surprisingly "light." Where one slice of a tofu-based quiche is plenty for me alongside some salad and/or side veggies, I happily ate two pieces of this one without feeling ridiculously full. Interesting.

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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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I don't know if anyone needs my opinion but these were awful to me. I tried them twice. My friend said they were good but she was just being nice. I made them plain the first time, couldn't finish them. Today, I scrambled them with chorizo and daiya on top. Daiya should not be the most delicious thing about a meal. Ever.

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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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I found this, too! I made two FYH egg quiches (with a pretty substantial filling of caramelized leeks, mushrooms, and Tofurky sausage), and they seemed surprisingly "light." Where one slice of a tofu-based quiche is plenty for me alongside some salad and/or side veggies, I happily ate two pieces of this one without feeling ridiculously full. Interesting.


I really wish it were more filling. Maybe adding tofu to the quiche would help? I don't know if I can justify buying these if nothing I make with them will fill me up.

I also wish they tasted more "eggy."


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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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I don't know if anyone needs my opinion but these were awful to me. I tried them twice. My friend said they were good but she was just being nice. I made them plain the first time, couldn't finish them. Today, I scrambled them with chorizo and daiya on top. Daiya should not be the most delicious thing about a meal. Ever.

Totally agree...and I love your avatar as well:)

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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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I made some egg drop soup and it worked perfectly! I didn't follow a recipe I just winged it. The pieces were a little thicker that I like but the size depends on how fast you pour the mixture into the hot liquid. It did need some doctoring up at the end, I added black salt. I just really wish this had more protein like a real egg.


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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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I got some and I'm planning on a breakfast-for-dinner (because I can't wait) omelet with FYH gouda!


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FYH Gouda is a thing?

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Oh yes! I guess it's new (and I'm shocked it was at my Whole Foods already).


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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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Is it actually good? I didn't like the provolone; it was weirdly sweet.

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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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I bought this, I was kind of annoyed because Wegman's had it in the Gluten free section. I will sometimes go there to grab their tortilla chips but other than that, I don't step in the GF section.

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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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I made a kuku (persian quiche like dish) with this today. Honestly, the smell of it uncooked grossed me out but it was fine cooked. The texture is unreal. The dish was delicious.

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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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I am loving the veganegg.

But I made pancakes with it today and it was hilarious. Totally my fault, I had way too much egg to flour/soy milk, so it was an omelette with flour in it, essentially. When I added more milk to the batter though and switched from non-stick to cast iron, I had crepes. Really, really delicious crepes, which we rolled up with maple syrup filling.

(edit: if I had flavoured it and added ingredients it totally could have been okonomiyaki!)

Other wise I've only had scrambled and so far I love it with a bit of black salt/pepper/chili flakes, and finishing it with scallions and bit of sesame oil was my favourite yet. I like how, unlike eggs, it still taste good cold. Cold scrambled real eggs are so disgusting.


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So my husband this morning told me that his stomach was upset last night.. so we are going to try the leftovers but not sure if he might be sensitive to the veganegg, if so, obviously it is a no go for us. Boo.

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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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I can't wait to try these. I want to make a cheesy eggy breakfast sandwich on an English muffin and try to veganize this incredible pancake recipe that I have. My boyfriend is gluten free and I think I could make a light and fluffy bread with it. Has anyone tried this with gf bread?

Ooo and I want to make a fluffy white cake so I can re-create the strawberry jello cake of my youth. Yummmmm.


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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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I can't wait to try these. I want to make a cheesy eggy breakfast sandwich on an English muffin
I did this with Chao slices, Gardein breakfast sausage patties, and a little spicy English mustard and HP sauce, and can happily report that it was a 100% legit success and an excellent use of this product. (And I will do it again at the earliest opportunity.)

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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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Yum. That is exactly what I was thinking. I love me a breakfast sammich.


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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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I haven't come across this product, but I'm curious. Has someone tried it in pad thai? I suppose it wouldn't have enough taste for sweet rolled omelet in sushi?

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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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Do you guys always mix this with iced water? I've only tried it twice, using cold water from the tap both times and it hasn't turned out well--scrambling, I used cold tap water and it didn't have much volume, and subbing in for eggs in a boxed brownie mix, the center was undercooked. The only thing I'm doing differently from the instructions is the cold water bit.

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I usually just measure out the water 10-ish before I intend to start cooking and put it in the freezer.


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I've only done ice water, it scrambled well but did not work in brownies

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I had a problem with it when I did not use a blender but I don't think the water temperature was that crazy of a factor. I'm sure if it had been warm it would have been a different story. That stuff cooks really quickly!


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Any UK people wanting to try these, vx is now selling them online. £7.99 a box, I believe.

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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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I'm in.
Can't wait to try them.


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This is my attempt at 'scrambled eggs' using veganegg, with FHY gouda and tofurkey chorizo.
it looks like slime, right? should post in 'grossest food' thread.
the taste was ok but nothing special.
want to try am omelet to see if that would work better.

Also very interested in figuring out how to make Easter bread with this.


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 Post subject: Re: Follow Your Heart EGGS?
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linanil wrote:
So my husband this morning told me that his stomach was upset last night.. so we are going to try the leftovers but not sure if he might be sensitive to the veganegg, if so, obviously it is a no go for us. Boo.


So we tried VeganEgg a few times, learning each time how better to cook them and season them (in breakfast burritos). Then we tried it in a meatloaf as a binder and the wife and I got sick about 12 hours after consuming (both out of the blue about 5 minutes apart). She hasn't tried them since. I tried them once more (scrambled) and got sick about 5 hours after eating. My son ate them at that same time with no issues.

Are some people allergic to VeganEgg? Or maybe it needs to be refrigerated after opening (because we didn't)? I have four more packed but back-to-back vomit episodes makes me scared to try it.

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