Fabulous Fudge Company - Dairy Free Fudge Reviews
Product Type: Fabulous Fudge Company Sweets
Newest Review: ... of fudge and cost me about £2.70 from a specialist shop. It's also available online and from Holland and Barrett. The fudge ... more
by - written on 27/11/09, updated on 27/11/09 (Very useful, 145 readings)
I gather from my vegan friends that one of the hardest things to give up is fudge and toffee, because there are so few convincing equivalents available. In part, this lack of availability is because so many vegan products are aimed at living extremely healthy and environmentally sound lifestyles and, let's face it, fudge is not going to be very high on the healthy food list. I'm a vegetarian and not actually a vegan myself, but I buy a lot of vegan products because dairy is bad for the asthma. And whilst I generally like to live healthily, I believe in moderation and occasional "treats", so this product was ideal for me. This vegan fudge ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/12/08 (Very useful, 232 readings)
I came across this Dairy Free Fudge while shopping in Holland & Barratt. Being lactose intolerant means I miss out on a number of delicious food items, so when I come across dairy free items I have to try them out. The Fabulous Fudge Company's Dairy Free Fudge comes in a yellow plastic package showing the Fabulous Fudge Company logo along with the words "Dairy Free Fudge - Handcrafted". There is a clear window in the packet so you can see the fudge and it really does look like real fudge! But the real question is... Does it taste like real fudge? Well, I opened the packet and took out a piece of dairy free fudge. I carefully ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
You don't know how much I would like to be writing a rave review about this fudge but the truth is I was hugely disappointed when I ate a piece. I do love tasty, sweet vegan treats and I'd been eyeballing a packet of this in my local health shop but as it was quite expensive - well over £3, I wondered if it was worth it. Finally, I snapped and bought some at a local vegan fair at Christmas; it was a seasonal pigging out treat and I savoured the moment of opening. I liked the packaging (well I should do I've been looking at it for so long). It looked quite classy with its golden and green labelling and clear window to look longingly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/09 (Very useful, 71 readings)
When somebody goes off on holiday in the UK I wrongfully expect two out of three things from them. Most importantly is a postcard. Then a stick of rainbow coloured rock or if they go to Devon some of their clotted cream fudge. This was what I received from somebody who I thought was a friend! It looks as though it should taste nice. Although each piece does not have the slightly smooth and glowing texture which I associate with nice fudge, it still has the right colour even if it does feel a bit gritty. The bag in which I received these little morsels was a bit different from the one in the picture-green rather than orange and although they were not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/10 (Very useful, 101 readings)
This fudge was created by the Fabulous Fudge Company as a challenge to produce a dairy free fudge that tastes realistic and doesn't have the soya aftertaste that some soya products have. It comes in a 200g bag containing around 20 pieces of fudge and cost me about £2.70 from a specialist shop. It's also available online and from Holland and Barrett. The fudge is cut into bite size cubes. It's a pale brown colour and looks to have a slightly crumbly texture. When you open the bag you're met with a rich fudge smell. So far it's very realistic, but what about the all important taste test? Pop a piece of this fudge in your mouth and ... Read the complete review
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