Ever Egg

A plant-based egg "Ever Egg" jointly developed by TWO Co., Ltd. and Kagome.It is a so-called substitute egg that does not use animal raw materials.

2foods and Kagome use their unique technique of "half-boiled vegetables" created from the ideas and techniques of both companies, and it has an amazing melty texture!It's a frozen type, so you can eat it just by heating it in the microwave. (You can warm it with hot water or just defrost it and eat it.)

There is a note on the package that says, "This product is not an egg."smile

Ingredients: Edible vegetable oil (manufactured in Japan), white kidney bean puree, concentrated carrot juice, pea protein, salt, yeast extract/trehalose, thickener (processed starch), calcium lactate, polysaccharide thickener, gelling agent (sodium alginate). ), perfume

I tried!

Just heat it in the microwave without opening the bag!

* Approximately 500 minutes and 2 seconds at 40W (approximately 600 minutes and 2 seconds at 30W) with the back side up

please look!This quality!

Until now, there were many recipes that used pureed pumpkin or tofu as a substitute for eggs, which required a little effort and tricks.But with this, you don't need any troublesome cooking!

Melty omelet rice

It's not like I cooked it, but...

Just put warm Ever Egg on rice seasoned with tomato sauce and put ketchup on it.This alone makes it feel like it took a little time and effort.And about the taste that you are interested in, the texture is the egg itself.It's delicious enough without doing anything, but if you add a little black salt (a rock salt that smells like sulfur), I think it will be closer to the real thing.

Of course it's an omelet, but it looks like it can be made into a thick oyakodon style by combining it with chicken-like soy meat.

The number of options for plant-based meals seems to be increasing.

Person who wrote this article

Chef Fumio Yonezawa

ORGANIC PRESS editorial department

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The staff of the editorial department of ORGANIC PRESS actually tried it and introduced their impressions and reviews such as "What is it actually?"I hope that "organic" will be one of the options through plant base and vegan.I hope this article will lead to a small action for a sustainable future.

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