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Sunday, July 11, 2010

Follow Your Heart Dairy Alternatives

It's been four years since I posted about Follow Your Heart and in that time they introduced new soy-based dairy alternatives.

They now have a sour cream alternative and a cream cheese alternative.

Description

Thick and creamy, this non-dairy delight tastes just like the old-fashioned favorite. Our fresh sour cream is a perfect topping for Mexican food, a rich base for dips, and the finishing touch on top of a steaming baked potato.


Description

Our cream cheese alternative has the smooth, buttery taste of the diary version with the same velvety texture. Made with organic ingredients, this cream cheese gives richness to cheesecakes, frostings and desserts, and naturally, nothing is better on a bagel!


They also have several vegan, dairy-free, cheese alternatives, which they claim can melt like real cheese even though they don't contain the milk protein casein.
Leave your perceptions of soy cheese behind. Vegan Gourmet® Cheese Alternatives taste great, and they melt! Yes, it's true! It's a non-dairy cheese revolution! Our heart healthy "cheeses" contain no cholesterol or gluten, are lower in fat than dairy cheese, and contain no lactose or other dairy products.

Flavors: Cheddar Cheese; Monterey Jack; Mozzarella; Nacho

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