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Win A Copy Of The Vegg Cookbook + Two Packs Of The Vegg

Have you tried The Vegg? I haven’t, because what the heck does one do with a vegan egg yolk? I’ve gotten so use to life without eggs, I picked up a pack of The Vegg only to put it down again because I can’t wrap my head around the idea of a vegan egg yolk. Can you make omelets with it? Is it only for baking? Do I even like omeletes? I don’t have the answers (according to The Vegg’s website, it seems to be a very versatile product), but luckily for me and others just as curious about The Vegg, new vegan marketplace forAnima and Vegg creator Rocky Shepheard are teaming up to offer one SuperVegan reader a copy of Rocky’s new cookbook, The Vegg Cookbook, along with two packs of The Vegg. Let the experimentation begin!

To enter, simply comment here and tell me what you’d make with The Vegg. 1 winner will be randomly drawn from the comments and announced here on this blog post tomorrow, July 9th. You have until midnight (EST) to enter, so what are you waiting for?


For those who don’t want chance to decide whether or not they’ll get to try The Vegg and The Vegg Cookbook, you can purchase the book plus two packs of The Vegg for $20 on forAnima with free shipping (to the U.S. and Canada) until July 11th!

UPDATE: The winner is Terri Cole. Congrats Terri!


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    Desserts! There are so many desserts that are difficult to make with the usual egg substitutes (bananas). I would make Pumpkin Pie!

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    Sham shitaki mushroom and daiya omelet

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    Comment by Michael on July 8, 2013 at 11:08 am #
    Sham shitaki mushroom and daiya omelet

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    Toast and vegg yolk like my mom used to make when I was sick. I would try anything in the cookbook. Also if I could, vegg Benedict and anything pastry.

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    french toast!

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    French toast!

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    I would make French toast!

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    Two things I have missed as a vegan, though I have been able to create one of them, sort of:crepes.
    The other is a deceptively simple dish when using eggs, but much more difficult without…the old comfort food known as scrambled eggs.I miss them,all slathered in ketchup with toast and fried potatos…sometimes in the greasiest spoons in the sketchiest parts of cities unfamiliar…. Oh bliss!

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    Spinach & Mushroom omelette with vegan Swiss cheese.

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    Short pastry cookies

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    pasta carbonara…cheesecake….cookies….omlettes

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    Terri Cole

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    French toast and pumpkin pie are at the top of my list!

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    I’ve made cornbread with it that is super good. I like to mix it up according to the directions and pour it over grits. YUM!!

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    Scrambled eggs please :)My boyfriend would be so happy!

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    Quiche! Also french toast.

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    Shane Trimble

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    Vegg Drop soup and vegan house fried rice.

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    Julie Sheremeta

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    The french toast sounds awesome!!! YUM!

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    scrambled eggs smothered in daiya cheddar cheese, with field roast vegan apple sage sausages;)

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    Hollandaise sauce and Bi Bim Bop.

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    Shannon R

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    I have no clue what to make, maybe a custard? I have some Vegg in my pantry and I have NO idea how to use it!

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    Aimee Douglass

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    I’ve already tried a few recipes – hollandaise sauce, Vegg fried rice, and Vegg tofu scramble. Can’t wait to make pasta carbonara!

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    Being a new vegan is super tough…but I’m giving it an honest go for the health of my family and for the love of animals! My kiddos are young, 3 and 5, and one of their favorite foods ever was scrambled eggs with cheese!!!!
    I’ve recently discovered nutritional yeast (called “cheesy flakes” in my home) and was thinking “The Vegg” would make a worthy substitute. Besides, a cookbook to assist in animal-free culinary adventures would be AMAZING!!! :)

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    Of course, the nutritional yeast would go ON TOP of The Vegg…didn’t make that terribly clear in my first post ;)

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    Veggs over easy! MmmM. :)

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    I would want to make an omelette with broccoli, onion and cheese.

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    Nice. Guess it’s time to experiment with more vegan meals.

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    Flan! With coconut milk

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    Vegg omelettes and veggs benedict.

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    Why…”Rocky” mountain eggs over easy and “Shepherds” Lovers Pie Naturally!..then would take a crack at the recipes in the book!! Yay!

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    I would really like to make a vegan hollandaise sauce!