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Has anyone eaten the vegan eggs JustEgg and us it gluten-free?

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Found this with some research http://content.ju.st.s3.us-west-1.amazonaws.com/JUST-Allergen-Information.pdf

Shared Equipment so would be iffy.
I used to use Spero foods scramble it but they discontinued it.

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I recommend that you try duck eggs. They can be found in farmer's markets and/or Asian supermarkets (do not buy ones that have a red Sharpie marker mark on them, they contain baby ducks and are a delicacy in parts of Asia). 

I had a temporary chicken egg intolerance that went away a few years after I went gluten-free, and switched to duck eggs then which worked fine for me.

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