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Written by Mattie    
I've recently become vegan. I was a vegetarian for 12 years and went vegan a couple months ago. My favorites were pizza and pretty much any cheese out there. Everyone seems to be giving a good review, so I was excited to make my homemade pizza with Daiya mozzerella as the topping.
I opened the bag and it smelled Horrible. My high hopes for pizza went out the window. But still I thought I should taste it...give it a fair shot. I ate a few shreds and could barely keep them down. It was disgusting (in my opinion). I wondered why there was so my hype over it.
Is it just me? Is it just that I haven't been acustomed to vegan cheeses?
Has anyone else had such an experience?
prettyleodia Commented by prettyleodia May 04, 2013
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I've recently become vegan. I was a vegetarian for 12 years and went vegan a couple months ago. My favorites were pizza and pretty much any cheese out there. Everyone seems to be giving a good review, so I was excited to make my homemade pizza with Daiya mozzerella as the topping.
I opened the bag and it smelled Horrible. My high hopes for pizza went out the window. But still I thought I should taste it...give it a fair shot. I ate a few shreds and could barely keep them down. It was disgusting (in my opinion). I wondered why there was so my hype over it.
Is it just me? Is it just that I haven't been acustomed to vegan cheeses?
Has anyone else had such an experience?

Owner's reply

I agree about Daiya prettyleodia. I think you have to have pretty much forgotten about what cheese tastes like to get into lots of the vegan cheeses on the market. My girlfriend buys Daiya for our pizzas and I tolerate it but I don't prefer it.

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