JUST Egg Folded: The Egg-ceptional Plant-Based Substitute

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Have you ever had a hankering for eggs but didn't want to deal with the hassle of cracking them open and getting bits of shell everywhere? Or maybe you're an egg-free cook, searching for a substitute that doesn't sacrifice on flavor or nutrition. Look no further than JUST Egg Folded, the plant-based egg substitute that's egg-actly what you need for a satisfying breakfast or meal.

As someone who's allergic to eggs, I was excited to try JUST Egg Folded as an alternative to my usual applesauce or flax egg. I was pleasantly surprised by how easy it was to prepare - just pop it in the toaster, microwave, oven, or skillet - and how versatile it was in dishes like breakfast sandwiches and fried rice. And the taste? Egg-cellent! (I had to include at least one egg pun, sorry not sorry.)

What's great about JUST Egg Folded is that it has more protein and less saturated fat than a chicken egg, plus zero cholesterol. It's a great option for vegans or those looking to reduce their egg intake for health or ethical reasons. And did I mention how easy it is to prepare? Seriously, even if you're a novice in the kitchen, you can handle this.

- Easy to prepare, can be cooked in various ways
- High in protein, low in saturated fat, and cholesterol-free
- Vegan-friendly and ideal for those with egg allergies/intolerances
- Tastes like a real egg (in a good way)

- May not have the same texture or color as a real egg (but who cares when it tastes this good?)

In conclusion, if you're looking for a plant-based egg substitute that's delicious, convenient, and nutritious, JUST Egg Folded is worth a try. It's a great fit for anyone who loves eggs but wants an alternative that's kinder to animals and the environment, or for those who need an egg substitute for baking or cooking. So go ahead, give it a crack (okay, I couldn't resist one more pun) and enjoy some egg-cellent plant-based goodness.

Bottom line: 9/10

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