Bute Island - Greek Style Sheese, 200gBrand - Bute Island
Packed with flavour and calcium, the Bute Island Greek Style Sheese is a tasty and healthy alternative to everyone’s favourite Greek staple.
- Greek Style Dairy-Free Cheese
- Contains 150mg Calcium
- Free From Gluten, Soya, and Palm Oil
Enjoy a taste of the Mediterranean with the amazing Greek Style Sheese from Bute Island.
Introducing Greek Style Sheese, a dairy-free, feta cheese substitute that can be enjoyed by absolutely everyone. It is jam-packed with flavour and is free from soy, palm oil, and gluten.
Sheese is a non-GMO, sustainable cheese alternative made using real, natural ingredients including coconut oil. It boasts the same deliciously crumbly texture and tangy flavour as feta and even melts just like the real thing!
Try out the Bute Island Greek Style Sheese crumbled over a refreshing greek salad, baked into your favourite vegan tart, or paired with fragrant falafel in a yummy Mediterranean-style wrap. Get experimenting!
The Greek Style Sheese is Winner of Ireland’s 2016 Free From Food Awards.
Not only is it unbelievably tasty and versatile, but it’s also a great source of calcium, with 150mg calcium per pack!
Water, Coconut Oil (23%), Modified Potato Starch, Maize Starch, Salt, Natural Flavourings, Oat Fibre (Gluten Free), Tricalcium Citrate, Thickeners (Carrageenan, Guar Gum), Modified Maize Starch, Acidity Regulators (Lactic Acid, Sodium Lactate), Colour (Carotenes).
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the story behind Bute Island?
Bute Island has been specialising in vegan-friendly products ever since it was launched over 30 years ago.
Bute Island was founded in (you guessed it, Bute Island!) in 1988, where it began handmaking its very own dairy-free Sheese products in a tiny factory located on the island.
Bute Island has come very far since then, and now boasts an extensive range of plant-based cheeses that are loved by vegans all over the world!
This is a very nice vegan feta, I was so surprised to see that it melted nicely. I added the melted feta with some tomatoes to make a nice sauce for my gnocchi.
Good feta substitute
In all honesty I have been a bit wary of trying out vegan fetas because I feel like they're always missing something. This brand, howerver, did not disappoint! It worked nicely in a classic Greek salad and even melted well into a pasta dish.