Nuts for Cheese - Smoky Gouda Style Wedge, 120g


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Nuts for Cheese - Smoky Gouda Style Wedge, 120g

Brand - Nuts for Cheese
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Quick Description

Cheese lovers everywhere will rejoice at Nuts for Cheese’s amazing plant-based Smoky Gouda Style Wedge - savoury, smooth and utterly delicious.

Key Information

  • Plant-based smoky gouda style cheese
  • Made using organic cashews
  • Rich in nutrients
  • Free from gluten, soy & GMOs
  • No starches, gums, fillers or cholesterol

Product Overview

Smoked cheese is such a delicacy and finding a plant-based version that can even hold a candle to the real thing is tricky. Nuts for Cheese seems to have made the impossible possible with its Smoky Gouda Style Wedge.

Whether you melt it, grate it, slice it or spread it, this Smoky Gouda Style Wedge is sure to hit the spot. Wonderfully savoury and with a hand-painted smoked paprika rind, this cheese alternative is perfect on your poutine or on a cracker. 

As this vegan cheese is made using organic cashews, it is completely dairy and lactose-free. This Smoky Gouda is also super-rich in nutrients and free from gluten and soy and GMOs.

You also don’t have to worry about cholesterol or added starches, gums or fillers when eating Nuts for Cheese’s Smoky Gouda Style Wedge!


Cashews, coconut oil, quinoa rejuvelac (water, quinoa), water, nutritional yeast, sea salt, chickpea miso (rice, chickpeas, sea salt, water, koji spores), fermented oregano extract (water, oregano, raw cane sugar, active cultures), spice. 
Allergens: Tree Nuts (Cashews, Coconut)

Frequently Asked Questions

Can Nuts for Cheese plant-based cheeses be frozen?

Nuts for Cheese would always recommend that you enjoy its plant-based cheeses fresh. That way you can enjoy them in their ideal form. Freezing them is definitely something you can do. However, freezing will inevitably alter their texture and may diminish the good bacteria produced during fermentation.