Simple Tofu Scramble

This really is a simple recipe. I mean, it’s not even really so much a recipe as much as it is a source to know what yummy stuff I suggest putting in your tofu scramble.

You really can put whatever you want to in there! I seemed to get a great response from everyone when I put the simple hummus wrap suggestions up, so I thought that I would do something like that again here.

Some of my absolute favorite things to put in a scramble are:

Mushrooms

Zucchini

Tomatoes

Spinach

Red pepper

Onion

Black olives

Carrots

Faux sausage

Faux cheddar

 

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I usually use one package of tofu, crumbled, and about 2 cups of vegetables or sausages or anything else you want to put on there, and about 1/2-cup of faux cheddar.

To be completely honest, though, I have recently noticed that I might have a minor allergy to soy. Every time I eat something with soy, my throat puffs up and it makes it hard to swallow, so this might be one of my last recipes where soy is such a main ingredient. When I told my sister about my concerns with soy, her response went as follows:

“Kassy, WHAT. That sounds really serious! Stop eating soy! Seriously!”

She is always looking out for me. So I decided to take her advice, and I don’t plan to eat much more.

 

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Wait! Didn’t Follow Your Heart recently make a vegan egg? Maybe I will have to try using those for my next scramble. Of course, there is a high chance that their egg is made with soy. What a cruel world we live in, eh?

Do I have any fellow vegans who are intolerant to soy? What do you usually use instead, if anything?

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Thanks so much for stopping by, and let me know what you think about this tofu scramble.

Love you all,

Kassy

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