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Plant Based Cheese Contains More Vitamins A, B1, B2, And B3 Than Regular Cheese

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A range of soft fresh cheese and solid aged cheese blocks for grating are available in vegan cheese, a dairy-free cheese made from plants. Protein, fats, plant milk, sesame, sunflower, cashew, pine nut, peanut, and soybean are the main ingredients of vegan cheese. In most cases, soy flour, margarine, and yeast extract are used to make homemade cheese. Additionally, there are more vitamins in Plant Based Cheese, namely vitamins A, B1, B2, and B3, as well as calcium and phosphorus

Cheese that is lactose-free and simple to digest is exclusively vegan. Vegan cheese is entirely made of Plant Based Cheese and is produced using soy milk, almond milk, rice milk, as well as additional sources including peanut milk, coconut milk, and others. Customer demand for animal-free, environmentally friendly sources of protein, rising consumer concern about the use of antibiotics, allergens, and hormones, and fears about animal welfare are a few of the causes impacting the growth of the vegan sector globally.

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