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Buy You Some Teese!

Filed under: Food Shopping

So perhaps you’ve read about Teese, the new vegan cheese from Chicago Soy Dairy here on SuperVegan, or elsewhere (VegNews, Pizza Chandra Moskowitz). Perhaps you haven’t, but word is you should care about this stuff. I haven’t tried it yet, but I care.

Teese wasn’t supposed to be available to the public yet , but I guess you good people have harassed Chicago Soy Dairy into submission and now you can order it from a sketchy-looking but totally legit website. The shipping ain’t cheap, so maybe you want to organize a local buyers’ club or something. Let us know what you think of it!


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    Yeah, post here if you’ve tried it! Thus are life I’ve found exactly one vegan cheese that wasn’t awful – scheese. Sadly, I only found it in the UK.

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    Jason Das

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    Sheese is available at the 4th Street Coop and from various mail-order outlets. I’m not sure about anywhere else locally… anyone know if 4th Street is really the only place?

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    Sheese is definitely being sold at Lifethyme Natural Market Store, in the West Village.
    So far I’ve only seen the creamy version of Sheese for sale, but they have several different flavors. That’s the only other health food store that I know of selling Sheese.

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    Sheese – in the ‘gourmet round’ version – is sold at 4th Street Coop. Sheese – in the spreadable version – is sold at LifeThyme. Consistently hearing to not bother with the latter. “It’s consistency is too dense and UNspreadble” is what I’ve heard from a handful o’ folks.

    Cheezly is another European (British?) brand – maybe that’s another buyers’ club?

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    Yeah, the Scheese spread is nasty. Some of the wheel ones are good though, I like the blue cheese. But the cheddar tasted like crayons.

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    Huh! I guess the times, they changed! I only had the solid round kind, not the spreadable. Plus, when I got it it had a ‘c’ after the ‘s’. :) But I’ll have to check it out at the 4th st coop. Good times!

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    I know I’m the junk food vegan and all but how does this stuff have all that fat with absolutely no protein?!