New Blog Post from Vegetarian Blog Announces Details of World’s First Truly Vegan Egg

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The Daily Radish offers vegetarians around the world the latest news and tips. In their latest blog post, Jenny Sangler discusses the unveiling of the world’s vegan egg.

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Vegetarians who have been missing their sunny side ups are now rejoicing after discovering The Vegg.

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Today, Jenny Sangler at published their latest post, titled “A Real Vegan Egg – No Foolin".

Vegetarians and foodie fans can access the new blog post here:

In this latest post, Jenny Sangler discusses Tony Bishop-Weston, a famous blogger, chef and author who last year created a scene following the unveiling of the world’s first vegan egg. He officially announced it on his blog – World Vegetarian and Vegan News.

The post details that Tony’s revelation was indeed an April Fool’s joke. It goes on to explain that Rocky Shepeard, a reader of the blog, went on to turn Tony’s dream into a reality. Rocky has now officially launched an actual vegan egg, called the Vegg.

“The Vegg is animal-product free as well as gluten free and it’s creating an uproar all of its own. Vegans and vegetarians who have been missing their sunny side ups are now rejoicing” says Jenny Sangler.

The blog post lets readers into the true secret of the Vegg’s makeup –being made from yeast flakes and a salt called Kala Namak. Containing no soy, no gluten and absolutely no egg in it, it’s an ideal substitute for anyone who has allergies to any of those ingredients. Vegetarians and vegans will also be delighted to know that the Vegg has 5.3g of protein, which is nearly equivalent to that in chicken eggs (5.6g on average) yet has far less fat and cholesterol.

The post also highlights the Vegg’s contribution to animal welfare:

The Vegg is all-vegan, which is great news for the more than 250 million egg-laying hens in the US, most of whom spend their lives intensively confined inside barren wire cages” the post says, directly quoting Shepeard.

Wrapping up the post, Jenny Sangler explains that the egg is extremely versatile – with uses ranging from frying right through to a vegan substitute in cookies, cakes and omelettes.

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TheDailyRadish (™) thinks this is important information for vegetarians and asks them to Like our Page on Facebook to learn exclusive daily vegetarian tips, recipes, and news about leading a healthy vegetarian lifestyle. "We’d appreciate your help in spreading the word amongst vegetarians," says Jenny Sangler.

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