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VEGANVICTORY SparkPoints: (9,609)
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3/31/12 3:33 P

Tofutti cream cheese is great. I think it's a bit bland compared to dairy cream cheese, so I usually mix it with herbs and dehydrated veggie bits (let it sit for a few hours to let the dehydrated bits soften), when I use it as a bagel spread.

With the exception of Daiya, I find most vegan cheese slices/shreds to be absolutely disgusting.

Edited by: VEGANVICTORY at: 3/31/2012 (15:33)
CORTNEY-LEE SparkPoints: (52,988)
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3/31/12 1:58 P

I love to mix it with a bit of salsa and eat it on crackers

NIRERIN Posts: 11,903
3/31/12 10:54 A

tofutti is just the vegan [read made of soy] version of cream cheese. wherever you would use cream cheese, just use the tofutti. it's fine on bagels, as icing, with chives or other herbs to be made into a spread, or again, wherever else one uses cream cheese.
same for the block sort of tofutti [if they still make it]. you would shred it and use it where you would mozzarella or cheddar [i think those are the main kinds of vegan cheese out there].

NOYAN291 SparkPoints: (5,523)
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3/31/12 10:10 A

Is it an Italian cheese?

VADAVICTORIA Posts: 842
3/31/12 7:01 A

Any tofutti cheese users/lovers out there? How do you use yours in meals? emoticon

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