Earth Island - Sour Cream, 473ml
Earth Island’s vegan Sour Cream tastes even better than the original classic. Ideal for dipping, spreading and topping.
- Contains all-natural flavouring
- Vegan dairy-free condiment
- Source of calcium
- Organically sourced
- Sustainably produced
Earth Island’s Sour Cream is the condiment of dreams. Made from a base of coconut cream, this rich creamy dip is the life of every party. Not only is Earth Island’s Sour Cream better than the original, it also caters to those who can’t eat soy, gluten or dairy!
Place this dip in a bowl surrounded by tortilla chips and veggies, place a generous spoon on a jacket potato or even spoon into a taco shell. There’s no place Earth Island’s Sour Cream can’t thrive!
Sour cream has a distinctive richness that pairs perfectly with drier foods such as baked potato or crackers as it is naturally full of moisture. If you’re looking for the easiest and tastiest post-school/work snack, your search ends here. There isn’t much that can’t be dipped into Earth Island’s Sour Cream making it an ideal snack when you’re peckish as it requires zero preparation.
Don’t forget to keep this delicious condiment refrigerated once opened to keep it fresh for as long as possible.
Filtered Water, Coconut Cream, Expeller-Pressed High-Oleic Safflower Oil, Organic Coconut Oil*, Organic Tapioca Maltodextrin*, Less than 2% of: Tapioca Starch, Pectin, Natural Flavors (Plant Sources), Glucono Delta Lactone (Plant Source), Gellan Gum, Organic Lemon Juice Concentrate*, Calcium Phosphate, Locust Bean Gum, Lactic Acid (Plant Source), Calcium Lactate (Plant Source), Guar Gum, Sea Salt, Sodium Alginate.
Does sour cream actually originate from Mexican cuisine?
No! It’s actually quite a common misconception. Sour cream originates from Central/Eastern Europe however many link it to Mexican food. That’s because when Mexican people arrived in the US, they couldn’t source crema, so instead replaced it with sour cream. Crema is another tangy condiment that isn’t too dissimilar from sour cream itself.