When do you think we'll have like a really realistic alternative?

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Greenday
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I know there's a lot of alternatives to eggs for baking, and scramble and stuff, but when are we going to see like a real cracked "sunny side up" type vegan egg? Are we pretty close to yet? I hope so!
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Adrien wrote: Mon Oct 26, 2020 6:00 pm Something like this? https://www.ju.st/en-us/products/consumer/egg/folded
I love JUST Egg but I think they are referring to a vegan runny yolk.
Greenday wrote: Fri Oct 23, 2020 8:55 pm I know there's a lot of alternatives to eggs for baking, and scramble and stuff, but when are we going to see like a real cracked "sunny side up" type vegan egg? Are we pretty close to yet? I hope so!
I've seen it done in a restaurant setting, but I'm not sure how close we are to a mass-produced product.. For example, international restaurant chain Wagamama teamed up with Gaz Oakley/Avant Garde Vegan on a vegan dish (https://youtu.be/B-2aE3_7aJY?t=82)..

His egg was made "with miso-infused coconut and Sriracha Mayo"... I actually had this dish and it was incredible. The textures were much like I remembered, though not very "eggy" tasting. I definitely think you could search for a creative homemade solution.. but it might be tedious..

I would pay good money for a vegan breakfast sandwich with a runny "yolk" !
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