Also, Tofutti is the only "cream cheese" that even comes close to edible. I recommend the herbs and chives flavour.
If you go to the tofutti website, they explain why they use hydrogenated oils. Because that's the only way it will even come close to cheese. This is true. And worth it. (And if you have one bagel with tofutti every once in a while, it won't kill you. A hydrogenated oil here and there ain't so bad.)
TOFUTTI! I lovvvve the stuff. I actually never used to eat cream cheese before I was vegan, but now I try more things because they're not as gross! Tofutti is cheap, $1.80 at Trader Joe's if I remember correctly.
I am one of those very weird people that actually used to *like* liver and onions. (Looking back now I realize how sickening this is, but...)
Where did you come about vegan liver? I'm very curious to try it... If anyone's actually had liver, you know it has this really unique taste and texture that I don't think it's possible to duplicate...
Toffutti cream cheese is so very good.. I don't eat stuff containing hydrogenated oils very often, so I don't feel bad about the occasionaly indulgence.. yum!
Vegenaise is very good, imo. I love the stuff! I never cared much for real mayo - like helman's or whatever. I used to prefer miracle whip, which Nayonaise is like.. but now I prefer Vegenaise.. go figure
speaking of eating weird fakes.. I've had fake eel, I quite enjoyed it too, though I would've never tried the real thing.
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