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People Are Loving These Vegan Fried 'Eggs'

People Are Loving These Vegan Fried 'Eggs'

These are blowing our minds.

People are loving these vegan fried 'eggs' - and they look so much like the real deal.

Writing on a Facebook group, one person explained they'd picked up the 'eggs' at a supermarket, before pairing them with vegan sausages to make a vegan and fried egg sarnie.

The vegan 'eggs' look just like the real deal (

"Made a sausage and egg sandwich for a bit of fun, found the fried eggs in the local Asian supermarket and they worked really well in a sandwich," they wrote.

The vegan alternative looks so much like real fried eggs, and other users were desperate to know where they could get their hands on them.

One person commented: "These look amazing!!"

While another said: "They’re gonna sell out before I can buy more now!"

People are loving these vegan fried 'eggs' (

Others were desperate to know what they tasted like, with the person adding: "For those asking, I really couldn't pin point the taste, so I don't think they are eggy tasting, but if you fry them they go a bit rubbery like an over cooked egg. Anyway, had 'egg' and beans on toast."

Over on Twitter, another person shared a similar version of their vegan 'eggs' writing: "Not my prettiest food pics but it was delicious Mi Goreng with vegan fried egg. Before I was vegan I would have Mi Goreng with fried egg all the time! Happy I was able to have the vegan version."

Others were so impressed, with one commenting: "It’s so pretty and it looks delicious omggg."

While another added: "Where did you get the vegan egg from looks delicious!"

She added: "Texture is similar to a Thai style fried egg. Doesn't have a real eggy taste though."

You can make your own vegan 'eggs' too (

If you struggle to get hold of the vegan 'eggs' you can always try and make your own using pumpkin, squash or mustard for the yolk and tofu for the egg white.

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Topics: Food and Drink