My other half loves this alternative. Admittedly, most cheese substitutes are not really quite the same as the real thing, but if you have a total dairy allergy/intolerance (and my wife's favourite food happens to be cheese as well) then this one comes pretty close. - The Wensleydale with cranberries goes even quicker!NickR10/08/2019
A vegan and kosher blue Sheese is a non-dairy alternative matching fantastically well with selected fruits and a glass of wine, for instance. Made with coconut oil.
The Blue Sheese goes so well with fruits like pears and old English apples such as Russets and Granny Smiths, but it will also add a new flavour twist to all your meals. Lots of American recipes actually use Blue: for salad dressings, vinaigrettes, dips, in potato cakes or shaved into salads (accompanied with walnuts and a glass of Sauterne, well, just saying). It is perfect between granary bread with slices of beefsteak tomato and a big pinch of fresh tarragon, and absolutely lovely in a Blue Sheese coleslaw. But topped with herbs, paprika and a sprinkle of olive oil, the Blue Sheese is fabulous toasted or cooked in general too. It can be grated into mashed potato, as a garnish for well roasted jacket potatoes (and sprinkled with rosemary).
Produced by: Bute Island Foods
Orders are dispatched from Monday-Thursday for deliveries on Tuesday-Friday. 3pm cut off time.
Water, Coconut Oil, Maize Starch, Soya Protein Concentrate, Modified Maize Starch, Thickeners (Carrageenan, Guar Gum), Salt, Natural Flavourings, Spirit Vinegar, Lactic Acid (dairy-free)
|Typical value||Per serving ()||Per 100g|
|Energy Content (kj)||–||1193|
|Energy Content (kcal)||–||286|
|- of which saturates (g)||–||16.3|
|- of which sugars (g)||–||0.2|