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A Pat And A Slice Of Vegan Goodness

May 31, 2017

Non-Dairy Almond Butter

A great example of a vegan application that was developed with the healthy vegan consumer in mind is the non-dairy butter that we recently featured. It starts with coconut oil and almond milk and uses a Natural Edlong Butter flavor that was created in the style of European cultured butters. The standard in continental Europe, these butters have a tangy note and fuller taste than American sweet cream butters. The food scientists as Edlong used just the right amount to create a delectable—and vegan—topping for your morning crumpet!

FEATURED EDLONG FLAVORS

Natural Butter-Type Flavor #1412645

  • Liquid
  • Kosher Pareve
  • Dairy, fatty, creamy, green/fresh, cowy

 

Non-Dairy Edam-Style Cheese

Conversely, sometimes vegan products are created with the goal of reducing an unwanted item like animal products or allergens, and health and wellness is not the primary goal. In these instances, Edlong dairy flavors can be used to improve the taste of the overall product, while also imparting a non-dairy flavor profile that is missing.

An example is a non-dairy Edam cheese that was developed with a base of coconut oil and starches. Edlong’s food scientists used the perfect combination of natural flavors to authentically create the profile of Edam cheese in an analog application that also withstood the processing requirements of such products. The result was both delicious and dairy-free!

FEATURED EDLONG FLAVORS

Natural Butter-Type Flavor #1411311

  • Spray Dry
  • Kosher Pareve
  • Butter, dairy, fatty, country

Natural Cheddar-Type Flavor #1412271

  • Powder
  • Kosher Pareve
  • Cheddar, aged, fatty, buttery, sharp

Natural Edam-Type Flavor #1412502

  • Liquid
  • Kosher Pareve
  • Fruity, savory, cheese, nutty, creamy, mild