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Deanne

Cheese And Mayo And Salad Dressings That Taste Good

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I use that grapeseed Vegenaise which tastes good and I use it as an egg sustitute too. I also have tried their mozzarella cheese which was pretty good.

Unfortunately I can only find these products in the pricier grocery chains like Wild Oats or Whole Foods, Fredmeyer and they are not cheap.

I emailed about having to avoid gluten, dairy and egg as well as cc and got this response:

Dear Deanne,

Thank you for your interest in our products.

Yes, our Vegan Gourmet Cheeses are egg and gluten free. The following

dressings are egg, gluten, and dairy free:

Sesame Dijon Dressing

Sesame Miso Dressing

Honey Mustard Dressing

Thousand Island Dressing

Creamy Garlic Dressing

Lemon Herb Dressing

Caesar Dressing

Organic Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing

Organic Creamy Miso Ginger Dressing

Organic Italian Vinaigrette Dressing

We do not use any egg or egg derivatives in our facility, though we do use

dairy and very small amounts of wheat. Our cheeses are run on a separate

line from any dairy or gluten. Our non-dairy dressings and Vegenaise are

run on the same line as dairy dressings (though no gluten is present on that

line), but we are very attentive to cross-contamination issues and we

thoroughly sanitize our production lines, including all equipment and

utensils, between products with different allergen profiles. There is a

small possibility that our products could come in contact with airborne

particles of potential allergens, but we do take all necessary precautions

to ensure that there is no direct contact between the products and these

allergens.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions.

Sheena Bliss

Earth Island Natural Foods/ Follow Your Heart

PO Box 9400, Canoga Park, CA 91309-0400

818.725.2820 phone/818.725.2812 fax

www.followyourheart.com

sheena@followyourheart.com

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you can make a ranch dressing from raw cashews, blended in a cuisinart with water, cider vinegar, salt, dill, and italian herbs. quite tasty.

as for a casein free cheese... never found one I'm happy with, but I always was a cheese snob. :P


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I LOVE cheese. And I have to honestly say, that most of the cashew cheese recipes I've tried are DELICIOUS. It tastes enough like gooey melted cheese to satisfy me. I'll miss the convenience of buying it packaged, but I'm willing to make it myself to have that much-missed flavor.

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