Nuts for Cheese - Un-Brie-Lievable Cashew Cheese, 120gBrand - Nuts for Cheese
Nuts for Cheese’s Un-Brie-Lievable Cashew Cheese is by no means too good to be true. This rich, plant-based alternative will leave you feeling brie-lliant!
- Brie style plant-based cheese
- Made using organic cashews
- Gluten-free, soy-free and non-GMO
- Contains no starches, gums, fillers or cholesterol
- Rich in nutrients
A headliner on the cheeseboard, brie is one of the most popular and delicious cheeses out there. Nuts for Cheese has done it again with its Un-Brie-Lievable Cashew Cheese, a fantastic plant-based alternative that won’t have you missing the real thing!
Rich, mild and wonderfully creamy, this wedge is super versatile. Add it to whatever dish you want. Whether you slice it, grate it, melt it or spread it, this brie substitute will bring perfect balance to savoury or sweet dishes alike.
As Nuts for Cheese is known for its 100% dairy-free products, it won’t surprise you to discover that this cheese is completely vegan friendly. Rejecting artifice altogether, it also contains absolutely no GMOs, as well as no starches, gums or fillers.
Packed with nutrients and containing no cholesterol, this wedge can also boast being gluten and soy-free.
Cashews, coconut oil, coconut milk, water, quinoa rejuvelac (water, quinoa), sea salt, nutritional yeast, chickpea miso (rice, chickpeas, sea salt, water, koji spores), fermented oregano extract (water, oregano, raw cane sugar, active cultures).
Allergens: Tree Nuts (Cashews, Coconut)
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Nuts for Cheese’s story?
It all started with a passionate vegan chef, Margaret Coons, who created these 100% dairy-free recipes during her off-hours. Using only the highest quality ingredients and a whole lot of creativity, Nuts for Cheese has grown into a team of 25 and now boasts a full-scale, 25,000 sq. ft manufacturing facility.
Everyone at Nuts for Cheese is dedicated to producing utterly delicious dairy-free, plant-based cheese, whilst promoting sustainability and positive change through food.