I would wait more like a few months. You have to wait for your tastebuds to forget. Daiya shreds are only edible melted. The wedges, if you can get a hold of those, can be eaten unmelted. They fixed the recipe for those lol. So make yourself a quesdilla, lol. It makes awesome mac and cheese, but I can can’t make myself waste 6$ a bag cheese on something like that. Oh and it doesn’t work for grilled cheese =/
@VeganCaramel I think it was “Simply better foods- Omega 3 Soy Cheese”, and I ate it raw. I’m glad you mentioned that, because it didn’t occur to me that it might taste better melted! @Peppermintcherry I’ll give Daiya a try! So it’s better melted as well, or just not on it’s own? I think it’s been a couple of weeks since I’ve eaten dairy, give or take, I’m fairly freshly vegan Hopefully that means I’ll get used to soy cheese after a little while!
That is probably why I think Daiya is gross is because I still eat cheese as I am only vegetarian. I know I didn’t start eating mock meat until like 4 years or so after I stopped eating meat as I wanted to like prove to myself that I could go with out it. But yea like @peppermintcherry says I think the longer you go with out the real thing you will forget how it tastes exactly and think the alternative tastes fine.
Daiya is easily the best. If you buy the shreds, do NOT eat it out of the bag, it’s nasty as can be. I’ve only tried the cheddar and mozzarella kinds of the shreds and thought the mozzarella was the best.
You really just gotta try a few of them out and see what you like the best. Also, how long has it been since you ate real dairy? That makes a HUGE difference of what you think about vegan cheeses.
I’ve only tried Daiya’s mozzarella shreds and thought they were gross. I know all veg*n mock foods are a hit and a miss but that was the only ones I’ve tried. I tried it out of the bag, and melted in quesadillas.