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Sacramento Vegetarian Society Message Board › Vegan egg replacers

Vegan egg replacers

Mary R.
Group Organizer
Sacramento, CA
Post #: 47
At tonight's potluck, Piero asked about "binders" to keep his homemade veggie burgers from falling apart.

In response I've uploaded "Vegan Egg Replacers" in "Files" under the "More" tab, above. I'd go with the silken tofu blended with something tasty (e.g., salsa and lots of garlic!).

I also found a suggestion on the Never Felt Better blog* for "The Vegg" a vegan egg yolk (­. I haven't tried it, but it looks like it might be a good solution.

  • Has anyone tried The Vegg?
  • Any other suggestions for good vegan burger binders?
  • Finally, does anyone know how to get in touch with Piero? He doesn't seem to be signed up here.


A former member
Post #: 1
Here are some suggestions.­

I've had good luck with chia seeds: http://www.veganbakin...­
Mary R.
Group Organizer
Sacramento, CA
Post #: 48
Thanks, Kim. Chia seeds are a great idea!
A former member
Post #: 12
Flax seeds (meal) are also very good binding agent :)
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