Originally Posted by Cooking4Fun
It certainly didn't melt well, which I didn't expect considering how soft it was at the start. It tasted pretty bland. Maybe it's the tapioca content. I was initially looking for almond cheese but Wholefoods was out at the time.
Ive never had a vegan cheese that meted well ( or at east with a good meted consistency).
They either soften up ( slightly) but retain their shape, as not to cook like they melted at all. or they get this kinda slimy runny-ness to them that kinda coats your mouth when you eat it.
Ive found cheeses that dont taste bad in their uncooked/ 'melted' form, but none mimic regular cheese when I comes to melting ( not even close).
Im sure they are working on it , and hopefully, just like they got a decent meat substitute in burgers ( with beyond meat and impossible), they will come up. with a cheese with good physical cooking properties.