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Vegan Wonton Wrappers

For the life of me I cannot find them anywhere. Does anyone know of any Wonton wrapper brands that are vegan? Please help!

I haven't found any either.  They may not exist.  You could try to substitute with rice paper wrappers (the ones used for spring rolls) or make them yourself. 

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Me either, sorry.

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I have searched and actually once found them at an Asian grocer in Philadelphia.  When I look online several people menton getting them at a an Asian market but no one mentions a brand name.  I have found potsticker wraps that are vegan but I am determined to find wonton wrappers. I did see where someone said they got them at Whole Foods so I may have to make the trek out there to look!

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I found them at an Asian market once. I don't remember the brand.

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I found Dynasty brand, right at my local Von's, go figure!  I'm new vegan, and still get tricked by some ingredients being non vegan that I don't realize are non vegan, but they don't list eggs.  I hope they are really vegan!

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I found Dynasty brand, right at my local Von's, go figure!  I'm new vegan, and still get tricked by some ingredients being non vegan that I don't realize are non vegan, but they don't list eggs.  I hope they are really vegan!

These? https://www.wegmans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=10052&productId=369415&catalogId=1&krypto=QJrbAudPd0vzXUGByeatog%3D%3D&ddkey=https:VerifySCCardNumber
According to this it has eggs in it.

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I know that I've used the Dynasty brand, also, and there were no eggs listed in the ingredients.  I found them at a couple different grocery stores.  It sounds like they make different versions.

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There are loads of different wrappers at a Chinese market I go to, about half are vegan for each type ("dumpling," "potsticker", and "wonton"). Despite there being different types, they seem pretty much all the same to me cooking wise; I've steamed and deep fried all kinds. I'd say if you can find vegan potsticker wrappers you can just use them like wonton wrappers, though the shape is round instead of square. Cornstarch + water works well enough to seal them safely for frying in my experience.

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Those look just like mine, but the ingredients listed are : Enriched flour (wheat flour, niacin, thiamine, riboflavin, reduced iron, folic acid), water, salt, corn oil, propylene glycol, and sodium benzoate added to retard spoilage, dusted with corn starch.

I never know about vitamins and such, but the word eggs is not on my package.

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I found Dynasty brand, right at my local Von's, go figure!  I'm new vegan, and still get tricked by some ingredients being non vegan that I don't realize are non vegan, but they don't list eggs.  I hope they are really vegan!

agreed! Dynasty all the way! i find mine at an Asian market about 15 minutes away

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Yikes I'd rather not eat anything that has propylene glycol in it - quite the frustrating search!

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There is a recipe to make your own in the Skinny Bitch (new) cookbook, I have not tried them, but the recipe looks pretty simple (message me if you want me to send it to you).

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