The Uncreamery - Dill Havarti Vegan Cheese Block, 8ozBrand - The Uncreamery
It’s Havarti party time! The Uncreamery Dill Havarti is a vegan cheese alternative worth celebrating. Gluten, soy & cholesterol-free with all-natural ingredients.
- Vegan dill Havarti cheese
- Gluten, soy, and cholesterol-free
- No artificial ingredients
- Small, artisan-inspired batches
- Slices, dices, grates, and melts!
If you’re after a plant-based cheese alternative with incredible flavor, texture, and usability, then look no further. The Uncreamery Dill Havarti is sensationally satisfying. Even non-vegans will be impressed!
Gluten, soy, and cholesterol-free, this innovative treat from the vegan cheese experts at The Uncreamery is made using an almond and coconut base. This creates a creamy cheese with a fantastic texture that imitates the real thing with astonishing accuracy. With 100% natural ingredients, it’s better for you, the animals, and the planet. Win, win, win!
Packed with copious amounts of delectable dill, for a fragrant, familiar flavor, it’s perfect for slicing, grating, or even melting. Try as part of a plant-based cheeseboard with crackers, grapes, and a selection of other cheeses from The Uncreamery.
Filtered Water, Refined Coconut Oil, Tapioca Starch, Almonds, Nutritional Yeast, Chickpea Miso Paste (Rice Koji, Whole Chickpeas, Sun-Dried Sea Salt, Blue Ridge Mountain Well Water, Koji Spores), Apple Cider Vinegar, Dill, Carrageenan, Salt, Mushroom Seasoning (Mushroom Extract, Salt, Mushroom Powder), Modified Food Starch (Potato), Vegan White Wine, Vegan Lactic Acid, Natural Flavor From Flax, Oregano, Plum.
Allergens: Tree Nuts (Almonds, Coconut)
Frequently Asked Questions
How should I store The Uncreamery’s Dill Havarti?
The nut-based cheese alternatives from The Uncreamery should be stored in the refrigerator. Once you’ve opened your packet of vegan yumminess, eat within 3-7 days. Although not advisable, if necessary the cheese can be frozen, however once defrosted the texture will deteriorate. Therefore, if frozen, The Uncreamery recommends that it should be grated or sliced from frozen and used for melting.