Man may go vegan but man (or woman or gender neutral person) cannot live without yoghurt.
Fortunately, my local supermarket gave me (yes gave me) a vegan alternative to try.
It’s called Alpro Plain Unsweetened.
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What is it?
It’s a soya alternative to yoghurt with zero sugars.
What’s in it?
Water, Hulled soya beans (10.8%), Calcium (Tri-calciumcitrate), Stabiliser (Pectins), Acidity regulators (Sodium citrate, Citric acid), Natural flavouring, Sea salt, Antioxidants (Tocopherol-rich extract, Fatty acid esters of ascorbic acid), Vitamins (B12, D2), Yogurt cultures (S.thermophilus, L. bulgaricus)
Be Careful Now
Contains soya. May contain traces of almonds and hazelnuts. Naturally lactose free & dairy free. Gluten free.
Nutritional Information (100g)
|energy||179 kJ / 43 kcal|
|vitamin D||0.75 μg 15%*|
|vitamin B12||0.38 μg 15%*|
|vitamin E||1.3 mg 10%*|
|calcium||120 mg 15%*|
- Free from sugars
- 100% plant based
- A source of soya protein
- Naturally low in fat
How Do You Eat It?
You can eat it as you would eat a yoghurt. Use it as a topping on fresh or tinned fruit, cereal, vegan pastry or with vegan cakes.
(And, yes, of course, you can eat it if you’re not vegan!)
What Does It Taste Like?
Well, basically, it is completely bland and doesn’t really taste of anything. It hasn’t got that sharp yoghurty taste.
There’s nothing unpleasant about it but it’s very mild – at first I couldn’t really see much point in eating it at all! However, as the week went on, I found I was adding the Alpro to all my desserts and now, it’s finished, I quite miss it!
So, I just might have to buy some more or try another Alpro product!Alpro – Almond for Professionals – 1L
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Take a look at the Alpro website – it’s quite informative!
Have you got any vegan yoghurt alternative recommendations? If so, leave me a message!
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