In today’s video I turned yellow tomatoes into vegan eggs using new techniques, food science and algae! After watching Sauce …


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  1. Yolks on YOU! Doesn't this vegan egg look deceptively real?! I'm still floored with how it came out. You can check the description box for the link to the updated blog post 🙂

  2. A follow up video could be interesting. Use the idea that you suggest at the end. Make the yolk part of the white by putting it in the white mixture as you fry it. The yolk is not supposed to float above the white , it is a bit caught inside. And while you make that video maybe do a recipe or two that incorporate the egg yolk, like a ramen bowl with the egg, a pizza with the egg in the middle. A video with other uses for the alginate could be interesting. Thank you for the video, well done.

  3. You're like a chemist in a science lab!!! <3 <3 <3 Every time I see this recipe, in my mind I'm like "ewww, it's going to taste like tomatoes." I love tomatoes, but I am vegetarian (I'm making the attempt to go completely vegan as of a week ago), but I haven't had eggs in a few weeks. That being said, my favorite meal is breakfast in which case I love eggs and I am having a hard time trying to imagine a tomato replacing the egg yolk. …but this is the first time I have seen anyone add tofu, and so far I think I may like your version a LOT better. Thanks for sharing! 🙂 Oh and btw, I love the way you did the egg whites – you're amazing!!! 🙂

  4. I never liked eggs but I can't help smiling at seeing how excited you are that you mastered it perfectly. Well done 👏👏👏😁💖💚🌱🌍

  5. I love how you credit people you got the inspiration from, unlike that merle girl gets millions of views by stealing ideas from smaller vegan chefs :/

  6. I'd rather eat tomatoes than runny egg yolk even though I'm not even a vegetarian but to me this "egg" yolk just looked like a blob of mustard… Am I alone here?

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