I tried cheezly mozzarella and cheddar and toffuti or something also tescos own brand one bite and binned.Did not want to spoil any other food be adding them they were gross.Vegusto is really good but very high in saturated fat so that puts me off a bit.I think dairy is addictive i was really greedy with it its much easier to control my weight now i know how cruel it is .so am not binging on milk chocolate and icecream.
But of course, the problem is, even IF I did find the carrion and cow secretions that I used to eat to be more tasty than vegetable-based foodstuffs, I still could not go back to eating them.
So to me, the question does not have much merit in itself.
As a new vegan, I definitely was looking for lunch items that remind me of my usual lunches. I have always liked to have some sort of luncheon meat with crackers at my desk. To replace that, I have been trying different versions of Tofurky deli slices. The peppered and the roast beef style are great. I am sitting her at my desk now eating them on multigrain flatbreads.
Hello Vegan Chefs,
I wonder if anyone could come up with a bright idea.
We are having our work pot luck tomorrow and the theme is '50 shades of red'. We should wear red and food should be red (or at least mostly red) - pink is a shade of red but unfortunately orange is a shade of yellow so not allowed.... *can't remember who made up the rules :-))
It can be savoury or sweet - would like to come up with something a bit more creative than stuffed tomatoes or peppers or strawberry icecream.
Any ideas would be most welcome - if it is fairly well known dish, then I can easily find a recipe so just the idea is enough.
Many many thanks for any help
Nothing compares! The food world has really been opened up to me , the variety and choices of food are just endless : that can't be said for a carnivore diet and yes I think your taste buds do change as I no longer crave the junk food, but I guess thats a benefit of eating proper food . Today I had home made veg soup, watercress and spinach salad, hommous and pitta- yummy! As for the cheese, I tend to use the Redwood varieties as I find these go well in cooking and lovely grated on a sandwich with some pickle!
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I find the food to be much better, but as for things like cheese it all depends on what dish it's going to. Daiya and the new Go Veggie i think they're called, the shreds are great for pizza/calzones. Daiya now has cheese slices, tried the swiss and found it really good on a burger. Like everyone else said, nutritional yeast is great to sprinkle on for a somewhat cheddary type flavor, and there's a parmesan type sprinkle on cheese that I found to be pretty good.
I find most cheese, even the ones I mentioned (except for the swiss slices) taste off when not prepared on food. Daiya isn't good out of the bag, but delicious in pizza. Did you by any chance try the cheese by itself? And what brands did you try?