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Vegan Egg Scramble

December 1, 2020


Experiencing fibroids has drastically changed my diet.  Even after my fibroids are gone, I won’t ever go back to eating like I used to.  (with wild abandon and no concern for what went into my mouth…..other than it tasting good)

Eggs was one of those foods that I ate regularly.  If it wasn’t with breakfast then it was baked into cakes, cookies or brownies.

I thought an egg, was an egg, was an egg.

Once I started experiencing pain after consumption, I did some research and realized that all eggs are not created equal.  I get into the rabbit hole of that in the video.

As with all things, just because I learned this, didn’t mean I wanted to give up eggs though . . . so I got into the kitchen and came up with a vegan scramble that promotes health rather than take it away.



Vegan Egg Scramble

Vegan Egg Scramble made from Pumpkin Seeds and Ackee



  • 1/4 cup raw pumpkin seeds, soaked
  • 1 tin of ackee
  • kala namak salt
  • turmeric
  • water
  • coconut oil
  • veggie mix ins (red bell pepper, purple onion, green onions)


  1. Rinse your ackee and drain
  2. Add your soaked pumpkin seeds to a blender and add just enough water to cover them.
  3. Add a pinch of turmeric for color and a pinch of kala namak salt for taste.  A little goes a loooong way for both of these seasonings.
  4. Blend until it is completely liquid.
  5. To a medium heated non-stick skillet add a little oil and pour in your liquid pumpkin seed mix.
  6. Let it rest and cook slowly.  Don’t stir nor scramble.  Over time, you will see the liquid begin to evaporate and the mixture thicken.
  7. Once it thickens with about 20% of liquid left, begin to use a wooden spatula and scramble until it resembles the texture you want.
  8. Lower your heat, add in your drained ackee and begin breaking up into smaller pieces using wooden spatula until it resembles a full scramble.
  9. Add in your veggie mix-ins and serve with avocado slices, vegan bacon or avocado toast.


Stay present with this dish. Don’t dump in a pan and run off.  Just like scrambled eggs, you need to be present while it cooks.

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