These purely plant-based alternatives can be used as usual in the kitchen, whether for binding, loosening or enriching foods. But also in the preparation of appetizers and entrees such as scrambled eggs the vegan egg replacer is no different to the egg. Try it.
Vegans do very well without eggs, thereby protecting the chickens, the environment and doing something good for their health. Because eggs contain a lot of fat, hormones, antibiotics, bacteria, and cholesterol. If you want to go without them, we have the right products for you. Other benefits of vegan egg substitutes are the extremely long shell life (you'll never have to consider again whether you have fresh eggs at home, because the egg substitute sits in your cupboard) and the price! Contrary to the notion that vegan products are more expensive than conventional products, some egg substitute products can easily compete with the dumping prices of the egg industry.
But which is the best egg replacer?
This depends, of course, on what you need the vegan egg for. MyEy offers various powders which only need to be mixed with water to have the texture and flavor of the yolk, the white, or even a complete egg. In addition, the powder of MyEy can be used in all areas, as they loosen, enrich and bind any food. No Egg egg replacer powder from Orgran shows you how inexpensive substitutes can be, as a pack has the equivalent of 33 eggs. The soy flour from Bauckhof is particularly suitable for baking and is also gluten-free. The Kala-Namak salt, which originated in India, smells and tastes like an egg and is a pure natural product! It fits well with exotic chutneys, vegetables and veggie seafood. But also with avocado or in a vegan egg salad, the black salt tastes good!