That article left me with a lot of questions.
At first I read it and thought we were somehow artificially growing an egg, GMO style. Which scared me cause whole foods is suppose to be one of the big chains against GMO's. But it sounds like this is just a bunch of plants mixed together to replicate an eggs nutrition and consistency in recipes.
It also sounds like the content of these plant eggs are going to be different based on what you want to use them for.
The word powder is the kicker for me, if it is just a bunch of ground up different plants that happen to taste like an egg. Cool stuff, this could be amazing for 3rd world nations as it is generally cheaper to raise crops over animals. If it is a GMO plant powder, I'll pass.
The kicker for me is basically I want to know EXACTLY what is in it. Otherwise I don't plan on touching it.
Yeah, the kicker for me is that they don't come from chickens,
I love my eggs and have recently been getting them fresh from a nearby farm, the chickens dart back and forth across the long dusty road as I approach the farm.....as healthy, organic and free range as you can get and still only $4.50 per dozen......good protein doesn't come any cheaper than that.