One of the main things a lot of new vegans struggle with is missing cheese; as a life long vegetarian, cheese was a staple ingredient in most of my meals so cutting it out required a big adjustment in my diet, one I was more than happy to make, but a big one nonetheless. In my first few months of being vegan, I tried a couple of cheese alternatives but none came close to the real thing so I decided to give up looking. However, when I visited the USA this summer I tried Daiya cheese and have been majorly craving it ever since. In a moment of desperation I even emailed Daiya to see if they would send some to the UK; shockingly, they politely declined. I therefore decided to restart my quest for a good non-dairy cheese and stumbled upon the Vegusto website. I could not be happier about finding this little gem, as their cheese is amazing and I have now become a regular customer!

vegusto cheese bagel

Aside from their award winning cheese, Vegusto stocks a range of vegan products that use 100% natural, sustainable and healthy ingredients. The first thing I tried from Vegusto was the No-Moo Melty cheese. I am absolutely in love with it, as not only does it make a great bagel filler, it is also the perfect pizza topping. Check out my Superfood tortilla base pizza recipe for a healthy and fun idea of how to make use of this yummy cheese ▼▽▼▽▼

superfood pizza

After falling in love with Vegusto cheese, my boyfriend ordered me a few surprises from their website including the delicious biona organic chocolate spread and a dairy-free advent calendar. I am a huge fan of the chocolate spread as it is the perfect topper for pretty much anything: wholegrain toast, biscuits, sliced banana. You name it, I’ll smother it in chocolate spread and eat it.

biona organic dark chocolate spread

As far as the vegan advent calendar goes, I am SO excited to get started on this bad boy. Bring on December ▼▽▼▽▼

moo free advent calendar

If you’re looking for a cruelty-free alternative to some of your favourite meals without compromising on taste, I’d highly recommend you head on over to the Vegusto website. They have so many more foods I am looking forward to trying, so I will definitely keep you all posted. I’d love to hear if you’ve tried any of their products and if so which is your favourite?

8 thoughts on “Vegusto

  1. Leila Lina November 6, 2014 / 11:31 pm

    That pizza looks so good! It’s great that you found a good cheese alternative. I love Daiya, it’s too bad they do not sell it in the UK (yet 😉 ). The chocolate spread looks amazing too! BTW I love your nails in the first picture! So cute! 🙂

    • Jade Green Vegan November 12, 2014 / 12:21 pm

      Thank you so much Leila! I use Liz Earle nail polish as it’s cruelty-free and they and have such a beautiful colour range 🙂 x

  2. JoyJoy November 7, 2014 / 12:44 am

    It all looks amazing, although I especially think the chocolate spread looks great – I must buy some. I look forward to your future reviews on other Vegusto products 🙂

  3. JoyJoy November 7, 2014 / 12:45 am

    Also wanted to say your blog looks great – love your new logo 🙂 x

  4. Lissa @ Kitchen Rebellion November 7, 2014 / 9:00 am

    Can totally relate to the dairy free cheese excitement! I’m in NZ and recently discovered a locally available delish raw vegan cheese; soooo satisfying.

    • Jade Green Vegan November 12, 2014 / 12:27 pm

      A good vegan cheese is such a great find + raw vegan cheese sounds amazing Lissa!!

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