Here's what to know before you try them.
The vegan scramble is low-calorie but a pretty good source of protein. Whereas one egg contains about 70 calories and 6 grams of protein, a serving of Just eggs contains 45 calories and 5 grams of protein.
TBH, I'd usually use butter to cook scrambled eggs, but I wanted to do it the vegan way.
At this point, I'll admit, I was a little weirded out. I hadn't tasted the Just eggs yet, but I couldn't believe a legume could be cooked into this scrambled egg–like texture. If you handed me a plate of these without telling me they were vegan, I would never be able to guess.
I ate the Just eggs on a slice of toast, but I would definitely try scrambling them with a bunch of sautéed vegetables, or plain and simple with chives.
* If you like your eggs super fluffy and airy, this vegan version probably won't cut it. They're a bit more firm and almost a bit rubbery in texture. But tastewise, if you add spices, herbs, or condiments, you might not even notice a difference.
* If you are vegan, allergic to eggs, or simply trying to avoid eating eggs, these are an amazing alternative. They'll most likely satisfy your craving.
* You can get creative and eat Just eggs any time of day in recipes from breakfast sandwiches to fried rice.