I think that Violife is nice, but Daiya is much better (at least the shreds if you need melty cheese).I usually make either pizza or aubergine bake when using vegan cheese. I will try and place an order for some Violife when I have used up my Daiya stock.
I 'm always eager to try and compare vegan cheeses.
We just bought a new vegan cheese the other day called Violife.
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Taste: Really quite good! Very much like Mozzarella. Jen said it was one of the best vegan cheeses she's had, ever. I think she first bought some from Tesco (delivery?) and then found some more at Holland & Barrett in town.
Environment: it does not contain palm oil!
Nutrition: No protein. Contains water, coconut oil and starch as the main ingredients. Coconut oil has a lot of saturated fat, but I believe that's not so bad as previously thought when consumed in moderation....?
They have several different flavours:
They're available in a lot of European countries + South Africa, Jordan and Israel:
helps if you put it in a container so it doesn't dry outlike leedsveg(on VB) said, it would be nice if all the slices were individually wrapped. Vegan cheese goes dry and cracked quite soon when packets are open.........still it was a good excuse to eat the lot, and it was lunchtime.