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May 2012 Issue

There’s Nothing Cheesy about These Alternatives

Not so long ago, you might have been hard pressed to find alternatives to cheese if you avoided it due to a sensitivity or dietary custom, such as veganism. Today, that’s all changed. Nearly every store carries a brand or two of non-dairy cheese. And if you visit a natural foods store, you might find a wide variety of alternatives, including slices, blocks, shreds, grated toppings, sauces, and spreads.

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