Violife Mozzarella Shreds

On a recent visit to Southern California, I was glad to find these Just Like Mozzarella shreds at a local grocery. While the package says, “Melts great!” this is not entirely true. It melts okay. As you can see in the photo below, we had quite a few semi-melted shreds on our pizza (and this … Read more

Violife Cheddar Slices

It’s been amazing to see Vioilfe products cropping up in our local grocery stores — so far, we’ve tried the feta and the cream cheese — and then we found the Just Like Cheddar slices. These slices are among the best in vegan cheeses (the only one that comes close is Field Roast CHAO, and even those … Read more

Violife Feta

More Violife varieties are beginning to appear in our local shops, and it’s so exciting to try them. The newest we’ve found is the “just like feta” variety. This variety is coconut-oil based, which explains its rich, creamy texture. It doesn’t crumble easily like “real” feta, nor does it have the same sharp and tangy … Read more

Miyoko’s Vegan Roadhouse Biergarten Garlic Chive

In addition to the Roadhouse Cheddar, we also found Roadhouse Biergarten Garlic Chive locally — and we have to say, it’s even better than the regular cheddar version. This one has all the rich, lovely cheddar flavor of the regular “Cheers to Cheddah” version but with garlic and chive for extra zing. This flavor isn’t … Read more

Miyoko’s Vegan Roadhouse Cheddar

It was amazing to find this Roadhouse Cheddar at our local grocery, especially because the last few times we tried to order it online, it had been sold out. First, we have to say one of the best things about Miyoko’s is that all of the products have the word VEGAN right on the package. … Read more

Vegan Rob’s Cheddar Puffs

These cheddar puffs from Vegan Rob’s are very cheesy — in a good way. It’s always fun to find vegan cheese products out there, and while these puffs don’t have the same fantastic crunch as Hippeas (these are softer and puffier), they are nevertheless very tasty and in fact are a bit cheesier than Hippeas. While … Read more

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