The tasty dairy-free Red Cheddar is another of Redwood’s time honoured favourites. Delicious on biscuits, flatbreads and sandwiches, and great for a dairy-free version of the Ploughman’s lunch.
If you love cheese but can't or won't eat dairy, Cheezly is for you. A really tasty alternative to cheese, Cheezly is totally free from animal ingredients. So it's perfect for vegetarians and vegans, as well as people who are lactose or casein intolerant. What's more, there are no nasties. Cheezly is also free from hydrogenated fats, gluten, artificial colours/preservatives, cholesterol and GMOs.
250g. Ingredients: Water, potato starch, coconut oil, soya protein, yeast extract, thickener: carrageenan, salt, natural flavouring, calcium phosphate, natural colour: annatto, carotene
Vegan. Dairy-free, gluten-free, wheat-free. Kosher. Palm oil free.
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT ORDERING COLD PRODUCTS
All orders containing cold products must include a cold pack to keep them cool in transit. The Cold Pack costs $5.00 and will be automatically added to your order when you add a cold product to your shopping cart. There is no limit to how many products you can fit in a Cold Pack. Frozen products will defrost in transit, we do not recommend re-freezing. The Cold Pack can be kept for your own use or if you return it to the Cruelty Free Shop in Glebe NSW you will receive a full refund. Refrigerated products can only be sent to areas serviced by Fastway overnight couriers from Sydney; they cannot be sent by post. The areas serviced include:
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Posted by Andrew on 9th Dec 2013
This cheese is not bad, a bit salty to my liking but not bad overall
Posted by CC on 24th Jun 2013
The taste of this 'cheese' is very close to the dairy kind, although the texture is a bit crumblier than I had hoped for. I prefer it melted than on crackers, and it's especially nice in a toasted cheese sandwich.