It was pizza night last night, and I wanted to try something new. This is the first time I have ever used Daiya vegan cheese.
I used some pizza dough I got from the local Stew Leonard’s supermarket.
I got the Daiya from the local health food store for $5.99, which is pricey so I won’t be getting this very often. The sauce I got was from the Stop and Shop supermarket, and I got the Stop and Shop brand(roasted garlic tomato sauce) which tastes very similar to the gourmet Rao’s brand pasta sauce, but less expensive than Rao’s.
I added a dash of cayenne pepper since I love it spicy and put it in the oven for 20 minutes. Here is how it turned out.
It was better than expected. Very yummy and filling. Vegan cheeses have come a long way over the years. Still, even some soy cheese alternatives often have added casein, a milk protein, which makes no sense. Daiya is 100% vegan, as well as soy and gluten free.
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I had this yesterday. It was super-delicious with marinara sauce and chopped kale. Since it is vegan, it is stuffed with tofu and spices instead of cheese. Here are the ingredients:
Too bad you can’t taste it.
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