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Violife vegan cheese range (different varieties) - starting from £1.80 @ Morrisons
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Violife vegan cheese range (different varieties) - starting from £1.80 @ Morrisons

£1.80£2.3022%Morrisons Deals
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Posted 12th Jan

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I hope this deal is useful to all vegans out there on HotUKDeals. Remember that you're doing a great thing if you're vegan
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Broc_Mudflap12/01/2020 21:03

I would have been tempted to try some but I'm a vegetarian. It seems as if …I would have been tempted to try some but I'm a vegetarian. It seems as if I am excluded along with everyone but vegans?


Why would being vegetarian mean you can't try them?
Broc_Mudflap12/01/2020 21:06

Just from your description really:'I hope this deal is useful to all …Just from your description really:'I hope this deal is useful to all vegans out there on HotUKDeals. Remember that you're doing a great thing if you're vegan' For me it scans as exclusive to vegans.


Nope you definitely can try them... that statement you have quoted basically just referred to the fact that vegans are doing a good thing by not eating meat, dairy or anything animal derived, which makes sense to include seeing as it's listed on the actual packaging of these products "100% Vegan"

Even if you're a vegetarian you're definitely doing a good thing by not eating meat. No offence intended of course.
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 12th Jan
dudeonline12/01/2020 21:25

Cheap. But terrible cheese. Like rubber. Better vegan cheese out there. …Cheap. But terrible cheese. Like rubber. Better vegan cheese out there. Sadly a lot of it is at the vegan fairs.


Maybe you should learn to contribute rather just be critical? Perhaps start by making a recommendation of a better cheese?
andrewworrall112/01/2020 21:04

Why would being vegetarian mean you can't try them?


Just from your description really:

'I hope this deal is useful to all vegans out there on HotUKDeals. Remember that you're doing a great thing if you're vegan'

For me it scans as exclusive to vegans.
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I would have been tempted to try some but I'm a vegetarian. It seems as if I am excluded along with everyone but vegans?
Broc_Mudflap12/01/2020 21:03

I would have been tempted to try some but I'm a vegetarian. It seems as if …I would have been tempted to try some but I'm a vegetarian. It seems as if I am excluded along with everyone but vegans?


Why would being vegetarian mean you can't try them?
andrewworrall112/01/2020 21:04

Why would being vegetarian mean you can't try them?


Just from your description really:

'I hope this deal is useful to all vegans out there on HotUKDeals. Remember that you're doing a great thing if you're vegan'

For me it scans as exclusive to vegans.
Broc_Mudflap12/01/2020 21:06

Just from your description really:'I hope this deal is useful to all …Just from your description really:'I hope this deal is useful to all vegans out there on HotUKDeals. Remember that you're doing a great thing if you're vegan' For me it scans as exclusive to vegans.


Nope you definitely can try them... that statement you have quoted basically just referred to the fact that vegans are doing a good thing by not eating meat, dairy or anything animal derived, which makes sense to include seeing as it's listed on the actual packaging of these products "100% Vegan"

Even if you're a vegetarian you're definitely doing a good thing by not eating meat. No offence intended of course.
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 12th Jan
andrewworrall112/01/2020 21:10

Nope you definitely can try them... that statement you have quoted …Nope you definitely can try them... that statement you have quoted basically just referred to the fact that vegans are doing a good thing by not eating meat, dairy or anything animal derived, which makes sense to include seeing as it's listed on the actual packaging of these products "100% Vegan"Even if you're a vegetarian you're definitely doing a good thing by not eating meat. No offence intended of course.


No offence taken either
Cheap. But terrible cheese. Like rubber. Better vegan cheese out there. Sadly a lot of it is at the vegan fairs.
dudeonline12/01/2020 21:25

Cheap. But terrible cheese. Like rubber. Better vegan cheese out there. …Cheap. But terrible cheese. Like rubber. Better vegan cheese out there. Sadly a lot of it is at the vegan fairs.


Maybe you should learn to contribute rather just be critical? Perhaps start by making a recommendation of a better cheese?
I've tried the original flavour. It's called that because they couldn't name it no-flavour. It's awful.

Make your own cheese at home with cashews blended with nutritional yeast, apple cider vinegar, salt, and then for bonus flavours, miso paste, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder and white pepper, for a Mexicana type flavour.
Spread on bread, toast, use in lasagna, pasta and vegan meatball subs!
smk7712/01/2020 22:21

Maybe you should learn to contribute rather just be critical? Perhaps …Maybe you should learn to contribute rather just be critical? Perhaps start by making a recommendation of a better cheese?


Ooh, get you.
First time I have seen this brand of vegan cheese go on offer. I had to stop buying as it is not cheap. Glad to go get some tomorrow at cheaper price.
I would say that the 'original flavor' of this product is the only platable of the lot, and don't pay 20p extra just to get the sliced one, what you are really paying for is the plastic packaging.

Some say it is not nice cheese but certainly better than the supermarket made ones for sure. Can't really complain if you just can't stay away from the idea of cheese sandwiches after going vegan
andrewworrall112/01/2020 21:10

Nope you definitely can try them... that statement you have quoted …Nope you definitely can try them... that statement you have quoted basically just referred to the fact that vegans are doing a good thing by not eating meat, dairy or anything animal derived, which makes sense to include seeing as it's listed on the actual packaging of these products "100% Vegan"Even if you're a vegetarian you're definitely doing a good thing by not eating meat. No offence intended of course.


yeah i eat lots of vegan food because to me taste all the same . Like vegan burgers taste like real thing if not better . Yet have milk in tea and eat cheese etc.So im not a vegan but eat vegan food . I haven't had meat in over a month . To me not even hard to give up meat even the milk i dont drink a lot of milk anyway so going to stop that soon Only thing really is cheese but i could do that . Vegan sweets etc to and cake eat them all . Me brother Says you do for the fashion lol .
smk7712/01/2020 22:21

Maybe you should learn to contribute rather just be critical? Perhaps …Maybe you should learn to contribute rather just be critical? Perhaps start by making a recommendation of a better cheese?


Lol.. maybe you should relax more.
Ok from a mature cheddar perspective, the supermarket own is better. Sainsbury's and Tesco. There are even better, but in my view confined to vegan fairs although probably for sale in shops selling artisan goods.
dudeonline13/01/2020 12:30

Lol.. maybe you should relax more.


Thanks for your concern. I can assure you that it wasn't required.

I was just stating that making a critical comment and saying there is better out there without actually providing helpful information really doesn't er, help anyone at all.

Looking at your next post though, it seems like you got the message.

My daughter prefers the grated Violife than any of the others she has tried (Sainsburys, Asda and Tesco). Violife was introduced to her a good few years ago when it first came out. It had to be ordered online before the supermarkets started selling it. She's only 8 and so used to it now so that could explain her preference.
smk7713/01/2020 13:21

Thanks for your concern. I can assure you that it wasn't required.I was …Thanks for your concern. I can assure you that it wasn't required.I was just stating that making a critical comment and saying there is better out there without actually providing helpful information really doesn't er, help anyone at all. Looking at your next post though, it seems like you got the message. My daughter prefers the grated Violife than any of the others she has tried (Sainsburys, Asda and Tesco). Violife was introduced to her a good few years ago when it first came out. It had to be ordered online before the supermarkets started selling it. She's only 8 and so used to it now so that could explain her preference.


Not everyone is free to engage in such detail. Oh the luxury.. happy with my comment. Not everyone is as touchy as you. Like i said...
dudeonline13/01/2020 14:26

Not everyone is free to engage in such detail. Oh the luxury.. happy with …Not everyone is free to engage in such detail. Oh the luxury.. happy with my comment. Not everyone is as touchy as you. Like i said...


Oh come, on...."such as Sainsburys and Tesco" would have been sufficient.

If your time is so precious then what's the point in even contributing if your comment isn't helpful?

looking at my original comment, a few seem to agree. Maybe not so touchy after all..
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