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#1 Old 06-01-2012, 07:31 PM
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This is a pretty good, the best I've had anyway, vegan cheese for sandwiches.

I did originally buy it because I thought it would make a good cheese for a cheese sauce, but it wasn't that good for that.

It has a nice, cheese-like, texture.




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Anyone else tried it?

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#2 Old 06-02-2012, 03:27 AM
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Just bought some from Holland and Barrett, will try it out soon!
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They do have a sort of yeast taste to them, but I quite like that myself.

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#4 Old 06-02-2012, 03:57 AM
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It's probably a stupid question but does it actually smell and taste like real Parmesan?

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I'm not sure whether I actually ever bought real parmesan, so I can't tell......it's not hyper-cheesey though, if that's what parmesan is like; it is just a good cheese alternative, I think.

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I didn't used to like Parmesan because it smelled vile and it overpowered the taste for me but as some of the vegan cheeses aren't particularly cheesy tasting then maybe it would be okay. I might try it if I see it in the shops.

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I take back that it wasn't good at making cheese sauce; just had the best macaroni cheeze(mac&cheeze) with it by just adding it to fresh cooked macaroni with a bit of onion granules, salt and soya milk.

It does sort of melt too, and makes quite good cheeze on toast, although it doesn't change shape when melting, but it does go soft.

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I have tried a couple of Cheezly products now. So far, they have all been quite yummy! I haven't tried this one. I will give it a go!


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