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Free Parma Vegan Parmesan Cheese Sample.

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11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Subscribe to their newsletters to receive community updates and specials, plus they'll be happy to send you a sample in the post. They ask for a like on their Facebook page (facebook.com/eatparma), and a review too.
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11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago
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Thankyou
#2
can't see them giving this away to uk people as there seem to be no stockists in uk
banned#3
This is so easy to make, anyway - just get Nutritional Yeast flakes, blend with nuts (walnuts, hazel, Pine...), a little salt. This product adds sunflower and hemp seeds which I might try next time
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edinburgher
can't see them giving this away to uk people as there seem to be no stockists in uk

It would be illegal sell this in the EU without changing the name.
You can only call something parmesan if it's been made using calf rennet.
In the UK there's no such thing as parmesan that's suitable for vegetarians, despite what a lot of restaurant menus say.
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edinburgher
can't see them giving this away to uk people as there seem to be no stockists in uk
It would be illegal sell this in the EU without changing the name.
You can only call something parmesan if it's been made using calf rennet.
In the UK there's no such thing as parmesan that's suitable for vegetarians, despite what a lot of restaurant menus say.
Sainsbury do a 'hard cheese in their Value/ savers range which is vegetarian which isn't too bad. Morrisons do as well but there's not much flavour in theirs. I agree with you about the parmesan. So many restaurants state that a dish is vegetarian and then say it has parmesan in/on it.
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"Thank you for your interest in Parma!
If you requested a sample, unfortunately we are unable to fulfill your request
because recently we have received over 85k requests
and we do not have the means to handle that number of samples.
As such, we would like to offer you a 20% discount on your order of Parma! Click here."

85 THOUSAND. Look what you've done!

:p

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