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These 25 Vegan Cheeses Will Make You Quit Dairy Forever


You want pizza with “cheese,”  but the pizza chain you hit doesn’t offer vegan options. You eat a sandwich and want to add an additional savory flavor to the stack, but don’t have vegan cheese. You are at a party and see incredibly delicious looking cheese slices enticing you to take a bite. You cringe at not being able to have the savory, creamy taste of cheese again. Until…

 

…vegan cheese comes to the rescue! Learn how to make fantastic, savory cheese logs to raw vegan cheese that will blow your mind. These vegan cheese recipes will not only satisfy your craving for cheese, without the animal cruelty, but might also fool guests at your next get-together. These vegan cheeses are pure and easy to prep and put together.

 

No need to buy store-bought vegan cheeses with these recipes.

 



 

You want pizza with “cheese,”  but the pizza chain you hit doesn’t offer vegan options. You eat a sandwich and want to add an additional savory flavor to the stack, but don’t have vegan cheese. You are at a party and see incredibly delicious looking cheese slices enticing you to take a bite. You cringe at not being able to have the savory, creamy taste of cheese again. Until…

 

…vegan cheese comes to the rescue! Learn how to make fantastic, savory cheese logs to raw vegan cheese that will blow your mind. These vegan cheese recipes will not only satisfy your craving for cheese, without the animal cruelty, but might also fool guests at your next get-together. These vegan cheeses are pure and easy to prep and put together.

 

No need to buy store-bought vegan cheeses with these recipes.

 

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325 comments on “These 25 Vegan Cheeses Will Make You Quit Dairy Forever”

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J\'Marinde Shephard
1 Months Ago

1. It is MOST irritating to have the "sign up" drop into every page even after I have signed up TWICE in a effort to get it to stop. It is so distracting to the flow of the pages.
2. Could you please make some additional suggestions for using some of these in a meal - - like the one on this page, the "Pepper Jack" and the "Vegan Cheese," which looks so tasty, but I have no clue if it works for a sandwich - -which is how I use most of my cheeses, or if it is appropriate for pizza, etc.
3. Is there ONE cookbook that specifically has these and other allergen free vegan cheeses?
4. Thank you so much for taking the time and energy to make these pages available to neophytes like me.


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Shelby
14 Mar 2015

Simply check the little box that says "Do Not Show This Again"! and it will stop that irritating drop down. (It really is annoying!)

At least it worked for me....

Rebecca Bochenek
27 Mar 2015

Shelby, Thanks for the tip. I didn\'t even notice the little box. Super!

Dakota Sage
31 Mar 2015

Hi. I made the smoked gouda. I can\'t tell you what a thrill it was! The texture and appearance were absolutely amazing. If you don\'t like smoke so much...you may want to cut back on the amount. When I first tasted it , I thought both the lemon and the smoke were a little out of balance. But after being in the fridge overnight...it was wonderful. I have only made one other cheese to date. That was the almond feta, which was also very good. But this gouda has my heart. I am going to try making it again without the smoke. Instead, I will use either basil or dill for flavoring and roll in cracked pepper.

Dakota Sage
31 Mar 2015

You would have more subscribers is you stopped putting a sign up for your newsletter on every page. It is totally unnecessary, deleterious to the experience and annoying to think we can\'t remember to sign up for the newsletter if we want it. It borders on harrassment from a customer\'s point of view. This is a mistake made by someone responsible for this website.

Crystal
1 Months Ago

I made the Moxarella! And can i say that ive almost converted my partner, a cheese lover! thank you :)


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DatingAVegan
3 Months Ago

We made #3 and it came out with mixed reviews. Here is a video of our making and trying the Kick Ace Extra Sharp Cheddar Cheese Ball - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUzxtLK0rsk


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Kristen Kelsay
4 Months Ago

Number three is awesome.


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Michele Barna
4 Months Ago

Heather Barna


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Doug Calvert
4 Months Ago

Xenia Lyczkowski


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Michale Ann Bradford
4 Months Ago

Mouth - watering! Wish I could try all 10 recipes!


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Angélique Roux
4 Months Ago

Corbin Yalovitsky :p


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Alexandra Clarke
4 Months Ago

Daisy Owen


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Florence Sor Saunier Fracarossi
4 Months Ago

If all you know is the "American"cheese it it easy to quit. I grew up in France where cheese is an everyday staple with over 450 very tasty cheeses.. I am an addict and will never quit


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Meera
04 Dec 2014

Dear Florence, maybe if you take the time to know what\'s actually going on on dairy farms, you might consider quitting dairy cheese. Ethically and morally, the super tasty cheese cannot be worth all the cruelty and atrocities cows and other milk producing animals go through... all because of our selfishness!

Bridget Curran
18 Dec 2014

Cruelty is an everyday staple in dairy farms the world over, including France. To say you will never give up dairy means you don\'t care about the cruelty and think your own taste buds are more important than animals\' well-being. For that I say shame on you.

mae
18 Dec 2014

Florence. Cheese is one of the cruellest foods on earth today. In addition when you eat cheese you are eating the solidified breast milk of an animal (yuk) complete with pus. Most cows these days have mastitis. Cheese is also high is saturated fact and is strongly associated with heart disease and breast cancer. Gods way perhaps telling us not to eat it.

David Markham
28 Dec 2014

Good for you. The only legitimate reasons to avoid dairy cheese are because you don\'t like it or because you *can\'t* eat it.

Gwen Ferry
28 Jan 2015

You obviously don\'t know the horrific cruelty within the dairy industry or you do and you simply don\'t care. Why would anyone support such a horrendous industry, especially when it really is not good for you?

Kati
09 Mar 2015

I was a vegan for many years, but not anymore. I saw so many vegans being nicer to animals than to their fellow human beings...got sick of it and well I might not eat animals but hell I\'m not part of the VEGAN wagon!

Rich
27 Mar 2015

@ Bridget Curran

Who the hell are any one of us to \'shame\' any other person?? This comment disgusts me and is exactly one of reasons that people who make positive choices get a bad name. Making a choice does not entitle anybody to judge another\'s actions, even if they believe their logic to be true. We are none of us perfect and I am sure that we have all done things worthy of our own shame wether it be our food choices, habits, or in your case..how we treat others or our sanctimonious nature. Worry about your choices and actions and their consequences and affect on your spirit rather than condemning other people. Love Rich



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