Monday, June 23, 2008

Vegan Pizza





For many years I relished eating pizzas brimming with cheese. One fine day, when I decided to become a vegan, I realised that I could no longer eat pizzas with cheese.

As a vegan I started to enjoy eating cheeseless pizzas. Recently I came across numerous vegan blogs with vegan pizzas loaded with vegan cheese. Many vegans had blogged about the Vegan Gourmet Cheese, made by Follow Your Heart.

I recently made pizza with vegan gourmet mozarella cheese, and I was surprised to find out that it tasted so much like real cheese. The pizza was delicious! I'm so happy to find a cheese, which not only tastes great but is also cruel-free.

Where can you find this delicious vegan cheese? Visit this webpage to find stores which carry vegan cheese.

18 comments:

aTxVegn said...

I think pizza with or without vegan cheese is still yummy. I love the purple onions on your pizza.

Rajitha said...

aah..thnks for the info..i have seen the cheese in the groceries but was hesitant to try it out...will add it to the grocery list next time!

Shri said...

Cool info.Thanks a lot for sharing this low calorie info.Awesome pizza!!

notyet100 said...

wow,,,yummy pizza,...looks good too

Aparna said...

I don't know if this option is available in India.
But one way I cut down on calories on my pizza is to use paneer. Since this is not a vegan option perhaps crumbled tofu would do. I've never tried it though.

Madhavi said...

Yummy Yummy pizza, lovely entry, pizza looks mouthwatering!!!

Vaishali said...

That's a gorgeous pizza, Kumudha. I love making my own pizza too, but my favorite for delivery is Z pizza - they have a killer Berkeley soy cheese veggie pizza.

kindkitchen said...

That pizza looks incredibly delicous! I just recently tried "Teese" and I really like it.

ChocolateCoveredVegan said...

I know what I'm having for lunch-- vegan pizza!

Jess - The Domestic Vegan said...

I have heard really bad things about Follow Your Heart "cheese," but I agree with you--I think it's awesome on pizza! I actually don't miss cheese (or meat) at all, so usually I enjoy cheeseless pizzas... But once in awhile, it's nice to add something creamy to the top!

Have you tried Teese yet??? It's a new-ish brand of vegan cheese that actually melts under normal temperatures and tastes A LOT like mozzarella!! I highly recommend it for those cheesy cravings. (I've only found it on VeganEssentials.com so far--not any grocery stores--yet.)

Jackie said...

I battle to get vegan cheese here but it doesn't really matter as I have now got used to pizza without it and love trying new combinations.

Vivacious Vegan said...

A very terrible experience about 10 years ago soured me on the whole packaged vegan cheese thing and now I'm so hesitant to try it again. I think I finally need to just get my butt in gear and get some. Glad to see another good review of it.

Rural Vegan said...

I think FYH does make the best cheese for melting, but I've gotten used to not using any at all and that's actually my preference now. But glad that you've found a cheese you enjoy and can get!

Sunshinemom said...

That cheese will take another decade to come here:) Meanwhile I am still on the lookout for the perfect pizza without cheese:)

Lovliebutterfly said...

Wow! That pizza looks amazingly delicious! I haven't made a pizza for a long long time! Oh, how I wished vegan mozzarella was available over here! I usually just make no-cheese pizzas but I would love to taste that cheese you got there!

Anonymous said...

Any one ever made a nutritional yeast "cheese" sauce? Awesome for a vegan pizza!

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