I learned how to cook when I had my first child, (who is now 13) and a lot of recipes relied on casseroles (to hide the vegees) and quiches.. As a result, my 6 foot 2, thirteen year old is addicted to eggs. As much as I am impressed that he will get up and make himself a 12 egg omelete a lot of days of the week, ( and he loves the quiche I used to make, as I would hide broccoli, aspargus, and other green stuff in there he would not other wise eat) with my new found insight, I am really concerned about his health, and looking for a healthy vegan egg substitue alternative.
I've been many websites, but honestly, tell me, what has worked for you in terms of Egg substitutes while remaining Vegan. I've seen tofu alternatives, using bananas in baking, etc..
As far as just plain EATING eggs, I'm not sure, although I have seen egg substitutes in the health food store. However, I can attest that bananas and apple sauce really does work in baking, and I think makes the dish even better (I like the fudgier taste better than the cakiness, so it works for me). And I've made a tofu-scramble breakfast burrito, which was also good. As long as you use the right seasoning, you can make it work. :)
Tofu scrambled works as a replacement for scrambled eggs. But other than that i cant think of any alternative minus using tofu or egg replacer(but this is used as a binder rather than to add to a salad etc).
Once you broaden your recipes you wont miss the eggs after a while.