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Vegan mozzarella

  • delicious vegan mozzarella alternative
  • For salads, pizzas or as a snack
  • vegan, lactose-free and gluten-free
  • low CO2 emission
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If you are looking for a vegan mozzarella cheese then you'll find what you're looking for here. You can choose between different manufacturers and varieties, for example cashew or coconut-based, as well as with or without added vitamin B12. You will also find grated or whole mozzarella alternatives.

The vegetable mozzarella in one piece is of course classically suitable for a tomato and mozzarella salad with basil, but also for other salads, simply on bread or as a snack between meals. However, as the whole mozzarella also melts, it is just as suitable for pizza as the grated cheese. Or you can simply combine the salad and pizza and make yourself a fresh salad pizza. I couldn't imagine doing this for a long time until I tried it and was thrilled. You prepare the pizza as normal. And while the pizza is in the oven, you prepare the salad, which you then add to the warm pizza. Then enjoy your salad pizza. It is important not to wait too long before eating, otherwise the pizza base will become soggy.

Why a vegan mozzarella?

Vegan mozzarella is the ideal substitute product to replace conventional mozzarella. Especially if you are just starting to change your diet, it is worth using one or two substitute products so that you don't have to change your habits too much. If you want to know why vegans avoid dairy products, you can find out in the article "Why don't vegans drink milk" many answers. And if, after reading this, you are convinced that you would rather use other cheese alternatives than conventional dairy products, then you can start with vegan mozzarella.

If you suffer from lactose intolerance, plant-based mozzarella is the perfect lactose-free cheese alternative for you. The vegan mozzarella alternatives offer you full enjoyment, completely without lactose and the associated discomfort.

One important reason why people avoid dairy products is their poor environmental balance. Butter and cheese are products that have exceptionally high CO2 emissions. In fact, by switching from a mixed-food diet to a vegan diet, you can reduce up to 73 percent of your dietary CO2 emissions. This is the conclusion reached by researchers at the Oxford University in London in a study from 2018.₁ The vegan mozzarella alternatives therefore offer you the full taste with less CO2 emissions. If you fancy giving it a try, you can buy the plant-based mozzarella here.

The advantages of vegan mozzarella cheese at a glance

I have summarized all the advantages for you in a clear list so that you can find them again here:

  • delicious vegan mozzarella alternative
  • Ideal for salad, pizza, on bread or just as is
  • makes it easier for you to switch to a vegan diet
  • Without animal ingredients, lactose or gluten
  • Lower CO2 emissions than with normal dairy products

I can absolutely recommend the vegan mozzarella cheese, as you get the full flavor and at the same time do something for your environmental balance. If you like, you can order it online here.

₁ Poore; T. Nemecek (2018): Reducing food's environmental impacts through producers and consumers,


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