heart disease

Eating Less than One Egg a Day Increases Heart Disease and Diabetes Risk

Compassion Over Killing Staff Health, Veg Eating

No matter how they’re fried, scrambled, or whipped, eggs are “by far the number one source of cholesterol in the American diet,” with health consequences that may be even more severe than smoking. This is hardly new information. In fact, 20 years ago, the Federal Trade Commission engaged in legal action to stop the egg industry from claiming eggs had …

vegan popovers

Vegan Popovers Recipe with The Vegg Baking Mix

Compassion Over Killing Staff Recipes

Love popovers? Me, too — but since these light and airy rolls, which are similar to muffins, are made from an egg batter, it’s been a while since I’ve indulged in one. So when The Vegg rolled out it’s brand new Egg-Free Baking mix, creating vegan popovers seemed like a fun challenge. Would I be able to replicate the texture, …

The Vegg Cookbook

The Vegg Cookbook: Egg-Free Cooking Uncaged!

Compassion Over Killing Staff Blog, Interviews, Recipes

The VeggIt’s been just over a year since The Vegg was launched, and this versatile plant-based egg yolk replacer has taken the market by storm. Consumers everywhere — from the US to Switzerland to Australia — are using it to whip up amazing vegan creations including omelets, crepes, hollandaise sauce, quiche and so much more. What makes The Vegg so unique is that it looks, smells, and even tastes like egg yolk – but without all the cruelty, which is good news for hens! Plus, every time you buy The Vegg, 10% of sales are donated to Compassion Over Killing.

A New Egg-Free “Egg” is Hatched: The Vegg!

Compassion Over Killing Staff Uncategorized

TheVegg-Promo_0-265x322.jpgA brand new incredible, edible egg-free product has just hit the market, making vegan eating even easier and tastier than ever before. The Vegg is a versatile egg yolk replacer that can be used (instead of eggs) in a wide range of recipes, and you can even use it straight as a liquid “yolk” for dipping toast. In fact, it looks, smells, and even tastes like eggs – but without all the cruelty.