Koko Alternative To Cheddar Vegan Cheese

Koko Alternative To Cheddar Vegan Cheese

Koko Dairy Free alternative to cheddar is completely dairy free and has a mature but mellow taste which we believe is the closest to dairy cheddar on the market.

Koko Dairy Free alternative to cheddar is completely dairy free and has a mature but mellow taste which we believe is the closest to dairy cheddar on the market. It's perfect sliced on sandwiches, grated as a topping or used in cooking.  It's also great from a nutritional perspective as it has fewer calories and less fat than dairy cheddar but contains the same level of calcium plus added vitamins D2 and B12.  What's more it's free from artificial colours, preservatives and flavourings. The only fortified dairy-free cheese on the market, our cheddar block is suitable for vegans, coeliacs and those with allergies.

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Rating
Average: 7.7 (22 votes)
Good melted
Average: 6.1 (23 votes)
Good to eat raw
Average: 9.1 (23 votes)
Good for cooking
Average: 6.8 (23 votes)
Similar to non-vegan cheese?
Average: 7 (4 votes)

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Ingredients

Main ingredient
Ingredients
water
coconut oil
modified potato starch
coconut cream
salt
vegetable glycerin
natural flavouring
tricalcium phosphate
acetic acid
carrot juice concentrate
lactic acid

Nutrition

Calories per 100 grams
318 calories /100grams
Fats per 100 grams
26.30 g / 100 grams
Fats saturated per 100 grams
23.50 grams/100g
Carbohydrates per 100 grams
22.50 grams
Fiber per 100 grams
1.50 grams/100g
Protein per 100 grams
0.70 grams/100g
Salt per 100 grams
6.25 grams/100g
Sugars per 100 grams
0.50 grams/100g

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Submitted by Charlotte on Thu, 04/16/2020 - 21:45

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The texture is great, which was was I thought it would be good. It tasted sweet to me and also like licorice, but I have been told I am "supertaster" with strong sense of taste especially artificial flavourings. I don't remember if I had it on toast, but uncooked I couldn't eat it.

I don't even like a strong cheese taste usually, it was the sweetness that put me off the most. It was almost like the licorice root as a sweetner, so maybe it was a plant based sweetener I am sensitive to? 

Overall rating
3
Good melted?
5
Good to eat raw?
1
For cooking with
5
Similar to non-vegan cheese?
1

Submitted by KathrynF on Fri, 12/13/2019 - 10:01

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This is the only vegan cheese I'd want to eat on a cracker. Tastes excellent unembellished, but I like it on a wheat cracker with a dab of onion jam. 

Overall rating
8
Good melted?
5
Good to eat raw?
5
For cooking with
5
Similar to non-vegan cheese?
0

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