Can I make a FULL ENGLISH BREAKFAST Vegan? (ft. vegan bacon, sausage and black pudding)

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Can we take the iconic English Breakfast and make it vegan? The best part…is we attempt a vegan black pudding! Consisting of vegan eggs, bacon, sausage, beans and more, this episode will be a wild ride.

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Edgy Veg says:

The moral of the story is, no one wants to eat a weird tasting oatmeal. Full recipe and substitutions are up on the blog!

Layith says:

Why do the english eat like this. Oh my goodness. People usually share a meal like this between 4 people, ah the excess!

Dude, I get the gag.

semih oguzcan says:

Before I was vegan and ignorant and brainwashed about life, I ate " black pudding" in Birmingham, and I assure you, you are not missing anything 😉

cayasm says:

Not every full English has black pudding also it tends to be regional, and as its made from pigs blood many don't eat it.

Kerrie McBride says:

It's usually got regular toast as well as bread fried in a lot of butter until crispy.

pollumG says:

I'm from 🇬🇧 , hate black pudding..lol

britgirly says:

Doesn’t look traditional at all!

Tara Collins says:

Honestly, I only had real blood sausage like once or twice before I went vegan, and I always thought it was particularly gross. If I were to try and make this though, maybe I would try using tempeh, and something else as the binder. Tempeh has that kind of grainy/protein-y texture, and it’s also quite bitter if you don’t cook it much, as I remember blood sausage being. I would imagine it might result in a more solid mixture overall.

Susy Cas says:

Looks like something off of a Studio Ghibli movie 😍😍😍

Pedant Muso says:

Check out both websites – (1) ‘The Real Lancashire Black Pudding Company’ Their Vegan Black Pudding is called V Pud ….. it’s also available on Amazon.co.uk
(2) ‘’The Bury Black Pudding Company’ – Vegan Black Pudding Both company’s vegan products are ‘Vegetarian Society’ (UK) approved…..

Question- What is the ‘brand’ of the vegetarian ‘Simulated Bacon’ in the plastic wrap ? … Thanks….

K Rey says:

Love the experimenting in this 😁🇬🇧Am English and had a few Full English breakfasts in my time (but it's more a sometimes meal for most). Have to say I HATE Black pudding!! 😝Yuck!Would be happy without it! Luuve Baked beans ❤️

Kendra Curtis says:

I feel kind of bad that you put in so much effort to try and make plant based things taste like meat, especially with how the black pudding went. Seemed like a waste of food and a waste of your time, even though you enjoy cooking. I don't even eat meat, which is also probably why i feel bad about this video; meat doesn't even taste good to me, and i've always been pretty satisfied with being a vegetarian and most of the food i eat is already plant based anyway and i don't try and make things taste like meat because i don't like the taste of meat. I want to be vegan and i'm working on it, and it's not difficult for me at all because dairy products actually give me more problems rather than do me any good.

I feel like i should apologise to you for making this video because i've always been happy when my food didn't taste like meat, and i wouldn't ask you to do all the things you did to make the food taste like meat when it led to some fails and some food being wasted when most of the ingredients would have been fine on their own or in a different recipe.

Annabelle Taylor says:

vegan haggis? 🙂

Billy Kerr says:

In Scotland we also eat black pudding for breakfast, however there are other "puddings" that can be fried and served with a full breakfast, such as Clootie Dumpling – which could quite possibly be converted to an entirely vegan recipe, only requiring that animal suet be changed to vegetable suet/vegetable shortening. There's also a lighter variety called "fruit pudding" which is also sliced and fried for breakfast. As a substitute you could even use a bought vegan Christmas pudding (which is very similar to Clootie dumpling). Other possibilities might include a vegan haggis, which could be sliced and fried similarly, and there's another variety called white pudding, made from oatmeal and onions. The Welsh also have "Laverbread" which is a mixture of boiled laver seaweed and oatmeal, which is fried in little patties and often served with a full breakfast. Who said pudding is only for desert!!!! LOL.

Louise Taylor says:

I also tried the atomic shrimp recipe, i oven cooked mine. BUT really couldn't stomach the taste so binned it. Also in the back of my mind i was thinking about the real black pudding which put me off completely. Nettles though i think is a great ingredient nutritional value is pretty good.

Jessalin Lee says:

This looks GREAT!

Aoife Kirk says:

Try making it with mashed up black beans. I make white pudding and sausage with butter beans, so I assume black beans could work as a base?

superCappy27 says:

Watching her try to make black pudding without any sort of casing AND no oil to prevent sticking to the foil was…oof.

Oliver Queen says:

This is the perfect episode to use my (and my German class' with Umkleiderkabine) favourite word in German – experimentieren

Nick Epic says:

I'm almost thinking if you used the iron with a little hit of balsamic vinegar to start off the sausage, you'd not only get a bit of bloody sweetness and redness in addition to the metallic flavor, but you'd get an oxidation reaction between the acid and iron that would blacken the dish.

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