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These 10 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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189 comments on “These 10 Vegan Cheeses Will Make You Quit Dairy Forever”

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Rebecca Palecki
15 Days ago

I came here to find an alternative to dairy cheese because I can\'t eat dairy from cows, not a pissing contest between vegans and non-vegans. My daughter is vegan, she would never push her lifestyle on to others. She Shares her experience with how being a vegan has made her feel, not how she thinks others should feel. I taught her well. And it\'s called Maturity. I\'m not vegan, however, I don\'t like how animals are treated in factory farms, so when I do choose to eat meats, sparingly I might add, it\'s from organic, small humanely run independent farms. We all have are right to choose what we want to eat, when we want to eat, how we want to eat. It\'s called Free-Will. Yes, there are problems with the commercial ranches, and farms that need to be addressed. We can argue all day about this, and not solve a dang thing. Non-Vegans--stop attacking Vegans on their life style, and choices! As Vegans, you want to change things, stop arguing, and get out there in the real world and do something Positive, and Productive about it. However, this is not the forum to do argue. It serves no purpose but to divide the "us" and the "them". This is a Recipe page. Go to other parts of this web site to argue. Let\'s get back on task. <stepping off soapbox>

Has anyone even tried making any of these vegan cheese recipes? What are your thoughts on how well they taste? Could there be improvements? …one\'s to avoid?… one\'s that are a must try? Brands of ingredients that are better?


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J
1 Months Ago

The day we start fighting over recipes is the day we finally know the world has gone to Hell. Who. The. Fuck. Cares. Let the carnivores eat meat and the herbivores eat veggies. No need for hate!


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Cordy
29 Jun 2014

Amen!

Aurélie
06 Jul 2014

Except there\'s a tiny problem behind meat... you know... animal suffering and shit....

Aurélie
06 Jul 2014

"Who. The. Fuck. Cares."

Animals. Care.
Open. Your. Eyes.

Been A. Round
1 Months Ago

Question: I live in a rural area without easy access to stores that carry some of these ingredients. Can anyone suggest online stores that sell and ship items such as Nutirional Yeast, Agar Powder, Pomona\'s Pectin, Xantham Gum as some of the ingredients in these recipes?
Thanks!


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teri
13 Jul 2014

www.bulkfoods.com

Michaela
21 Jul 2014

Amazon\'s also really great for all these item

Nina
1 Months Ago

Thought this would have been another article praising Go Veggie or Daiya... Thank god it\'s not! These recipes actually look and sound great! Can\'t wait to try some of these wholefood, homemade, unprocessed, savoury spreads!


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Metzygirl
2 Months Ago

Thanks for these recipes. As someone with a dairy allergy I really miss cheese and the meals I used to make with it. My question is....

What\'s everyone\'s favourite cheese for here to make :-)


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wendy
2 Months Ago

So many great recipes. too bad about all the hate and nasty messages posted here. Kind of takes away from the happiness I had initially when I found this site. A real shame people cannot just be happy that they have some shared interest rather than arguing about who is a better person for they way they live their life. Sigh.


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Cathy Tuggle
2 Months Ago

Thank you for this article, and thank you for all the others in advance.
High 5!


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Debbie Boisvenue Deschamps
2 Months Ago

If your way of eating is so great why do you insist on making your nuts and seeds taste like meat and dairy. You made your choice , so eat your vegan foods as is.


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Debbie Boisvenue Deschamps
05 May 2014

I checked out some of your recipes. They are hardly cheese.

Lola Kay
09 May 2014

Why do you insist on putting veggies like garlic, onions among others to pieces of animal tortured bodies? Just eat it like it is, raw, bloody, it\'s already full of suffering. You made your choice (and took someone\'s choice to live) so eat it as is.

Karen Eldred
12 May 2014

Debbie, we don\'t make everything taste like meat and dairy. You may be missing the point about vegan. We like food. We love the beauty of it. We just don\'t like having to harm animals for us to eat.
We do it vegan food as it is. We add ingredients together and get varied tasting foods from non-animal products.

mamahen13
17 May 2014

Debbie Deschamps-if u dont like the recipes, dont read them, & keep ur nasty critical mouth shut!!
No one is calling them cheese, they\'re "cheese substitutes", & we as Vegan\'s, know the difference!

Cherine
21 May 2014

Debbie Boisvenue Deschamps ...... For people with illnesses that require a special diet this site is so helpful. If you feel so negative about it don\'t keep looking at this site. Less frustrating for you I think.

Cherine
21 May 2014

Debbie.Boisvenue Deschamps ......There are many people who don\'t like the idea of animals been cruelly bred and slaughtered so that they can eat them. They also don\'t like the fact that that calves are born and then slaughtered to be sold as veal just so milk can be produced.

estaeheli
29 May 2014

Our taste for food has already been formed. We are working with what we know. What do you care what we like to eat or what it looks like? We like what we like. The moral issue is more important than what you think. The moral issue has to do with health, efficiency for us in our lives and families, and kindness to all creation.

grace
04 Jun 2014

if you don\'t agree with vegan food or the vegan lifestyle, then why do you bother looking at the recipes? Do you have no life or anythinf better to do than insult people?

Debbie
20 Jun 2014

mamahen13 Really the only reason why I commented on this site was to give you all a taste of your own medicine . I am on different sites with recipes an there are vegans constantly commenting and getting rude.

skip
28 Jun 2014

Dear Debbie,
I love bloody raw meat and dairy cheese. But I really hope to be pure vegan one day. Not so much because the animal suffering bothers me but because it is better for works hunger and the environment, and cheaper.

AuntTiny
3 Months Ago

I will probably never identify myself as a vegan because the hyperbolic self-righteousness of their literature leaves me cold. That said, I am slowly building a repertoire of meat-free meals that my carnivore family will eat. I hope to find a recipe for mock mozzarella that will do for veggie pizzas. Thanks for the post.


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andrea
08 May 2014

oh, Aunt Tiny, mozzarella\'s one of the super easiest "cheeses" to make. Also Daiya works well on pizzas, but so does hummus.

anonymous
3 Months Ago

Hi everyone. As a Bachelor\'s degree in culinary sciences, and Culinary nutrition, and a current Masters student at Harvard in Public Health (thought I would build some credibilty...I worked for it so why not?), I willl say:

Eveyrone shut up about arguing where vegans get their essential nutrients from. And vegans, stop preaching why your way is better. Both diets are advantageous in their respective ways, and anyone doing this much speaking or reasearch on the topic,must be informed on their own decision. So, with that being said, both diets are capable of meeting the Dietary Standards of a healthy person. Live for yourself and eat for yourself. Leave it to media and dieticians to tell people what to eat.


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Lindsey
22 Apr 2014

No one is impressed with you but saturate us with your ignorance. You have no idea what vegan is. I\'ll give you a clue - it is not a diet!

DavidRu83
28 Apr 2014

If the mass produce and slaughter of animals is okay with you, then more power to you, buddy!! And leave it to the media? The corporate owned media is on of the biggest problems in this world in the spread of ignorance!! Other than that, take care and good luck on your journey.

DavidRu83
28 Apr 2014

one* :P

Debbie Boisvenue Deschamps
05 May 2014

Lindsey. Do you know what a diet is. It is not just something to lose weight. Diet also means a way of eating.

andrea
08 May 2014

And why are YOU telling us what to do? I\'m afraid you\'d better keep studying if you really believe eating animals is as healthy as eating plants. Let the media tell us what to eat? What?! also, "credibility", Harvard.

Lola Kay
09 May 2014

Being vegan is not a diet.

Elle
09 May 2014

By \'vegan is not a diet\' they refer to the fact that it is not ONLY a diet, but a lifestyle. You can\'t actually be vegan if you wear leather shoes or use products tested on animals. It is a deeper philosophy than whether you eat something or not.



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