my bloody valentine wrote:I found this
but can't read the first part and not sure what language it is
Zoi wrote:I am sorry, but it does not say that it is vegan cheece.
It says that it is low cholesterol cheece, it has vegetable fat, but it is made of milk.
I ran through the whole site and it does not say anywhere that it is made of soy, neither in Greek nor in English.
If I have another information I will post it as soon as I can. I will have to ask in my Greek vegan forum just to be on the safe side.
fredrikw wrote:hmm, there was a greek cheese circulating here in Stockholm some time ago, and we all thought it was vegan and we ate loads of it, until they suddenly introduced casein in the ingredient list, probably was in there all along
I have no idea if this is the same, I know it's a bit ignorant to assume there is just one Greek cheese, but just a word of warning, might be good to check with the manufacturer directly. even if it doesn't contain 'milk' as an ingredient it might still not be vegan.
Yeah, the one on vegan.nu was said to be made of corn and I found it in some blog claiming it was vegan to. The one you link to was called vital and not nistisimo so probably not the same one.my bloody valentine wrote:I'm not sure if the link I posted at the beginning is the correct one. On the label it says Kolios- Nistisimo
Lots of Melbourne Vegans are eating it at the moment
VITAL “yellow“ is a cholesterol free product, a perfect choice for a conscious nutrition. It is produced by skimmed cow’s milk, contains milk proteins of high nutritional value and is enriched with vegetable fat. Enjoy its delightful mild taste in various sandwiches or melted in toasts.
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