This week I found Daiya at our WF, I was so excited to try it that I got both styles, mozzarella and cheddar.
We tried the cheddar out in grilled cheeses last night. Low and behold it does melt and stretch!
So my official review ;) is that I really liked it, there were numerous times last night that I declared how nice it was to eat a grilled cheese without any guilt! This is the best part, it was approved and liked by the husband, yea! There are two non-vegan items still bought in our house, one is organic or rSBT free cheese (for Dave) and local raw bee products. If this can replace the cheese or at least some of it, I will be so happy. Now I realize this isn't really a nutrient packed food, but I feel good about being able to have a grilled cheese occassionally with the ingredients that it's made with. The next test will be making nachos and see if Dave likes those as well...The bread we've been using lately is the 7 sprouted grain from Food for Life. We both like it quite a bit better than the ezekiel.
The rest of dinner was a salad with a quick stirred up dressing and a marinated and lightly grilled portobello. I used Gena's marinade from her Surf n' Turf.
'quick stirred-up dressing'
celtic sea salt
add amounts to your taste, stir, and enjoy.
the coconut vinegar
Here's an infamous Tyrah pms snack ;) I think I'll put the grilled cheese in this category too.
More loot from the grocery using our great coupons that I won from Turtle Mountain and HeatherEatsAlmondButter!
and lest you think I've been skimping on our greens...
Enjoy your wonderful day!!!
'There must be peace in the heart,
If there is to be peace in the home.
There must be peace in the home,
If there is to be peace between neighbors.
There must be peace between neighbors,
If there is to be peace in the cities.
There must be peace in the cities,
If there is to be peace in the nations.
There must be peace in the nations,
If there is to be peace in the world.'