Hey everyone, I could have posted this in vegan/veggie but given Cheezly is UK based:
I know Cheezly isn't supposed to last forever, but I am generally very lax when it comes to use by dates anyway, I bring home bags of food from work that is about to be binned etc etc, so keep it for a while, especially as I'm the only one eating it and my Dad is a bit forgetful that its there and puts actual cheese on food I'm eating (good thing I'm not actually vegan if he is cooking in his preeeeeciiooous kitchen.
Anyway, the past couple of blocks I've had (Cheddar currently and Edam last) have been going a bit pink on the outside. Does this happen to anyone else? I wondered if it was because the plastic tub I keep it in is pink, but they are well wrapped in greaseproof, so not actually touching the tub. Is this Cheezly going off? I did find proper mould on the Cheddar block as well, so cut that bit off and used it. I haven't died yet, and this may be a bit naive...does vegan cheese/foods mould in the same way as their non vegan counterparts???
Oh and also:
Free n Easy Cheese sauce mix + soya milk + nooch + Cheezly cheddar + pasta/gnocchi + breadcrumbs + herbs + garlic = one very full Holly.
(quite cheesy infact, I was impressed, still need to keep mucking with the additions to the sauce, but the base is there and unlike its dairy counterpart I don't have to fart about with a roux. The whole family had veggie lasagna with it as white sauce and it worked nicely too)