Vegan Grated Cheese

How good are soups with a grated cheese? Not to mention the pasta! The cheese to be grated also fits divinely in mashed potatoes and enhances vegetable pies. But who is lactose intolerant or follows a vegan diet, can't indulge in this culinary pleasure? Yes, of course! Today I propose the vegetable version of grated cheese!

Video of the Recipe

Problems with playing the video? Reload the video from youtube.

Identity Card of the Recipe

  • 559 KCal Calories per serving
  • Ingrediants

    • 80 g of almonds
    • 25 g of yeast flakes
    • Whole grain product: 1 pinch of coarse salt

    Materials Needed

    • Chopper
    • Spoons
    • Jars with screw cap


    Please note
    To prepare this recipe we recommend the use of already peeled almonds. Alternatively, let the almonds soak with the skin (skin) for one night; after the necessary time, rub the softened almonds to remove the skin.

    1. Combine the almonds in the container of a blender. Add the coarse salt and the flaked nutritional yeast (flavor enhancer).
    2. Blend everything until you get a grainy consistency.
    3. Combine the vegan grated cheese in a glass jar and refrigerate for a week.

    Alice's comment - PersonalCooker

    Cheese to grate? Yes, but Vegan! You see, you don't need to wait many months of maturation to get a good vegan grated cheese! Sure, it may not have the original cheese flavor, but the taste is very pleasant and enhances the flavor of the food it is added to. Store it in the fridge in a glass jar: it will stay perfect for 7-10 days.

    Nutritional values ​​and Health Comment on the recipe

    The Vegan Cheese to Grate is a food without ingredients of animal origin, free of cholesterol MA with many lipids (mainly unsaturated). It boasts a high energy intake, with a fairly high caloric percentage of carbohydrates and proteins; fiber is also abundant.
    Being cholesterol-free, low in saturated fat and rich in fiber, Vegan Cheese to Grate is suitable, with due moderation, for diet against metabolic diseases. It does not contain gluten or lactose.
    The average portion is about 10g at a time (55kcal).

none:  beard nutrition psychology