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Swedish Soft Cheese - Mildost

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a non-dairy, easily spreadable cheese.

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      09.08.2001 06:29
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      My mother in-law was recently diagnosed with cancer, after finding a website for her about a healthy cancer diet which included cutting out dairy products she began buying soya cheeses at ridiculous prices and which tasted like well worn socks. I was wandering around Tesco's looking for a nice soft cheese when I noticed in the top corner: "Swedish Soft" Actually Produced in Sweden (not always as obvious as it seems with most products!) A Blend of Premium Soya and Vegetable Oil Lactose, Cholesterol, and Gluten free Contains no genetically modified ingredients Also had a little KLBD Kosher Parive symbol Suitable for vegetarians and vegans It seems to be marketed under a company called WINNER (it's not a Tesco's own brand). I have not seen it anywhere other than Tesco's yet but I would imagine it should be available elsewhere. You may have to look for it, it was in the top corner shelf of the Tesco's cheese aisle which i visited, right out of the way. It is a rectangular plastic tub, dark blue and white in colour. The best thing I noticed was the price A 250g tub for £1.09 You might think yuck what is left? I decided to give it a go. It is absolutely lovely, really soft and creamy and fresh tasting. On a flavour scale of 1 to 5 (5 being the strongest) I would put this cheese at about a 3. I buy it all the time now, my 9 month old baby loves it on his sandwiches. But it only costs £1.09!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sorry I love that bit :)

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