Vegusto No Moo Piquant Vegan Cheese

Vegusto No Moo Piquant Vegan Cheese

Firm, strong and tangy, like parmesan or French Gruyere cheese. Grate it over pasta or blend it with basil and garlic for an amazing homemade pesto!

Firm, strong and tangy, like parmesan or French Gruyere cheese. Grate it over pasta or blend it with basil and garlic for an amazing homemade pesto!

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Vegusto No Moo Piquant Vegan Cheese Ingredients

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What is the main ingredient of Vegusto No Moo Piquant Vegan Cheese? almond is used as the main ingredient and you can see other ingredients used to make this vegan cheese.

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Overall Rating
Average: 7.3 (3 votes)
Good melted
Average: 6.3 (3 votes)
Good to eat raw
Average: 7.7 (3 votes)
Good for cooking
Average: 6.3 (3 votes)
Similar to non-vegan cheese?
Average: 7.3 (3 votes)

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Texture
Alternative to
Storage type
Brand
Location made
Flavoring
Ingredients composition
Form
Diet and allergens
Vegan Society Approved
Yes
vegan society trademark plum
Cheese colour

Ingredients

Main ingredient
Ingredients
water
vegetable oils
fats non-hydrogenated
coconut oil
sunflower oil
potato starch
yeast
rice flour
almond nut butter
rock salt
vegetable flavouring
spices
carrageen
vegetable lactic acid

Nutrition

Full weight
200 grams

Vegusto No Moo Piquant Vegan Cheese Reviews

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Submitted by Andy_T on Mon, 06/27/2022 - 09:54

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This amazing cheese was IMO the best vegan option when I first went vegan in 2009 and stopped eating any dairy cheese for about 2 months. The only disadvantage I can see is that the texture is a bit crumbly and that it does not melt very well, but the taste is reminiscent of a strong Gruyere, so for me the best "mature" vegan cheese option in the European market. (It has a log of garlic, so if you don't like garlic, it might not be for you)

Overall rating
8
Good melted?
5
Good to eat raw?
9
For cooking with
5
Similar to non-vegan cheese?
8

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