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    Over a year ago

    I tasted soy cheese the other day, and it was like eating a dirty rubber!
    Anyone know of yummy brands of vegan cheese? :)

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    Over a year ago

    @MsVeganGirl

    Really? I love daiya from the start. Maybe I’m just strange lol

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    Over a year ago

    Yeah, I had to give it a few months and then I found Daiya, which is only good if it’s melted….. it’s an acquired taste! But Daiya is by far the best–especially on pizza.

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    Over a year ago

    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 =/

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    Over a year ago

    @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!

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    FAR

    Over a year ago

    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.

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