We have used Just Egg a few times on camping trips. The liquid works great for "scrambled" eggs or omlets, the frozen works great for "egg" english muffins.How, what and why we eat what we eat is always complicated when you break it down. I prefer "vegan-arian", and can't say I'm 100% 24/7 plant-based eater, but I try. The occasional butter or cheese does work it's way in, and sometimes I'll see eggs on the ingredients list of something I like. A friend of mine grew up vegan on a commune, so it's interesting to see how they view food. "We just didn't eat any animal products because it's not something you did/do" as a way to grow up with food is fascinating to me. Much the same way as eating meat seemed "normal" to me, except we didn't eat all meat like dogs or cats or people meat, just some meat like cows and pigs and chickens usually. A friend mentioned once that, "I don't expect others to feed me, how I feed myself". So if I find myself someplace and they offer me something that's not vegan-arian, I'll still eat it as a courtesy for their generosity.
Anyway back on topic. I generally grill up some veggies with Beyond Hot Italian sausages, or if I'm wanting burgers I'll use the Beyond meat with some Lipton french onion soup mix as a seasoning. I've also made fruit cobbler in my dutch oven using Bisquik and water as the dough. That's super delicious.
Haven't done burgers from scratch for so long I forgot about the lipton french onion soup trick. Going to have to remember that next time I do Beyond Burgers. Thanks for the reminder.
We have been Whole Food Plant Based for a couple of years now. Majority of my lab reports have come down. Arthritis pain has greatly reduced. Yes I still miss meat / dairy at times but I would rather live the couple of extra months or years WFPB will bring.