There is no chance that I can ever taste it as I'm not near one of their shops. Is that £2 for one single pot ?I have FINALLY found some CoYo http://www.coyo.co.uk/ yogurts near me. A real fortune at £2 a pot, or £1.80 with student discount at my local HF shop. But I bought them anyway.
I'm vegan and allergic to soya yogurt, and I really liked yogurt, so this is a big thing for me. I used to buy "wot no dairy" yogurts but the H&B in my area has stopped selling them.Anyway the coyo yogurts were LOADS nicer, thick, tangy and coconutty. Much more like what I remember luxery yogurts to be like, whereas the "wot no dairy" ones tasted watery and sugary, more like cheap yogurts. Thoroughly recommend, especially if you can find them cheaper than I did.
As for drinks, I drink the fresh Alpro Almond milk, if I can't get that I like the RiceDream rice milk. The Almond milk is the only non-dairy-non-soya milk I've found that tastes nice in coffee, which is a big bonus, and it's creamier texture is better for baking too.
Being allergic to soya milk/yogurt is the worst when it comes to dairy-free alternatives. Apart from margarine and soya milk usually I don't consume any because there are few about, and I'm not fond of vegan cheese. I can eat soya icecream though (nobody knows why...) and I like Swedish glace.
Yeah it's a mayonnaise sub, I found it in tesco free from section. It's a bit more like a salad cream/mayo mix...more watery than mayonnaise and a little sharper tasting. But not too dissimilar to the real thing xxxWhats that?
As far as vegan mayo goes...Ive only tried Tigar Tigar and it was rank.
We will have to agree to disagree! I think the sunflower one is even blander than the soya one. I haven't tried mayola, tiger tiger garlic mayonnaise was okay. Worked well in coleslaw with vegan salad cream and mustard, and I quite liked it on spicy bean burgers in a bun.I prefer pure sunflower to vitalite.