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    I must admit that I haven't tried alot of the sheese range. The smoked cheddar I thought had a bit of a cigarette-smoke taste, and the plain creamy sheese was nice but with a slightly odd aftertaste. I liked that it's not as sweet as Tofutti. Today I bought the garlic & herbs creamy sheese today and am going to have it on freshly-made bagels tomorrow. I will report back on my findings!
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    Today I bought the garlic & herbs creamy sheese today and am going to have it on freshly-made bagels tomorrow. I will report back on my findings!
    I tried it and I thought it was really nice. My first impression was that it had a bit of a vinegary bite but that was soon replaced by nice creamy garlickiness . I doubt it'll be something I'll buy all the time but nice for something different.
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    Did you find it a bit dry? I tried it a few years ago and found it a bit powdery.

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    Did you find it a bit dry? I tried it a few years ago and found it a bit powdery.
    No, but the liquid does seperate, so maybe that can make it a bit dry?
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    No, but the liquid does seperate, so maybe that can make it a bit dry?
    That could be it , I will try it again and see how it goes (I might have had a bad pot) although I have to say the 2 hard "cheeses" they make for Tesco are quickly becoming my favourites.

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