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It’s finally here, the first vegan ricotta cheese alternative, crafted by the wizards of dairy alternatives at Tofutti! Now you can make your favorite Italian dishes with the perfect dairy-free replacement – you’ll be able to create spectacular pastas, pizzas, calzones, lasagna, ravioli, cannoli and more with this handy tofu-based ricotta. It’s also gluten-free, too! 16 oz. (454g) container is $6.99.
Ingredients: Water, expeller blend of natural oils (palm fruit, soybean and olive), tofu, soy protein, maltodextrin, vegan lactic acid, natural blend of gums (locust bean, guar, cellulose, xanthan and carrageenan), brown rice, agar agar, vinegar, organic sugar, vegetable mono and diglycerides, sea salt
|Serving Size||¼ cup (62g)|
|Servings Per Container||about 8|
|Amount Per Serving|
|Total Fat 7g|
|Trans Fat 0g|
|Saturated Fat 3.5g|
|Total Carbohydrate 8g|
|Dietary Fiber 1g|
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I almost didn't try due to the other reviews, but I'm glad I did. I'm not a do it yourself person so I had no desire to make ricotta. It does have a sweet taste to it but nothing over powering. Used it in vegan lasagna and it tasted just fine. Will use again with no hesitation.
Tried this to make a spinach lasagna. I mixed it with a vegan shredded mozarella and fresh parsley and lots of garlic. I used this delicious concoction for 2 of my lasagna layers. My omnivore BF still dreams about that lasagna. Mind you, a spoonful of it out of the tub is not so good but neither (IMO) is the shredded vegan cheeses. Many of these faux dairy cheeses must be melted. So grateful this product exists!
You need to COOK with it!!! Warm, in a recipe, it is brilliant. In/over pasta, warmed in pastry: with added sweetener such as agave or spice such as freshly ground organic mixed pepper or on its own, it is marvelous. The taste and texture are wonderful. It does not taste wonderful spooned right from the container -- it needs work! Used in cooking, though, it is grand. Folks who just spooned it out of the container and dismissed it out of hand missed a good thing, showed lack of imagination, wasted brain-power and, really did a disservice to a fine product. Warm and bubbling in pasta I cannot stop eating this ricotta. It is delicious. Over (vegan) waffles with a touch of agave syrup or some fresh berries it is scrumptious, Listen up!