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99% lactose free, but not completely vegan.
– October 24, 2019
I try to avoid saturated fat- which most non-dairy cheeses are loaded with. When I found these shreds, I was overjoyed! They do not so much “melt and stretch” like a very popular vegan cheese so proudly advertises- but they are delicious… even right out of the bag (which the “other guys” are NOT!). My favorite trick with these shreds is to order a “take and bake” pizza with no cheese, then add a couple cups of TJ’s “Mozzarella.” Perfect every time!
– July 13, 2020
I’ve tried maybe 4 or 5 different types of vegan mozzarella cheese and this is hands down the best by far but these are not really vegan.
– November 12, 2020
THIS IS NOT VEGAN CHEESE. After finishing the entire bag I flipped over the back of the bag to find out that it had milk in it. Why on earth would you advertise this as a “Cheese alternative” when there is milk?
– November 12, 2020
Completely disappointing to find out this is NOT vegan! It contains milk. People who are vegan are not vegan-ish. They do not want to be sold products with labels on it that make us think we are eating vegan when we are not.
– July 8, 2021
I was also VERY disappointed and annoyed at this “cheese alternative.” I am vegan and bought it thinking this sounded perfect for home-made vegan pizza. The thing is mostly made with almonds; it says “cheese alternative,” I assumed (should not have) it was vegan. By the way, it does not say “NOT vegan” on the front. I also ate the whole thing (which is tasty and melts, that’s not the point). And when I was putting the bag away for recycling, I read “CASEIN” and “NATURAL MILK FLAVOR” in the ingredients. WHY? Seriously though. Why go 99% of the way there but make a cheese that appears to be vegan, but is not. I was very annoyed by this.
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