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Nathanael Nathanael VIC Posts: 211
51 4 Jul 2009
Some IGA's used to stock that one... it's part of the Eskal brand... the almond blocks are my favourite!
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Brodie Brodie VIC Posts: 10
52 4 Jul 2009
Matt.Y said:
Kirrilly said:
I discovered a delicious one today, Tropical Source "Mint Cruch" dark block. Yummy. Probably my favourite so far, and cheap - $2.90 for a decent size block.
ooooo where did you find this?
I've seen it at Coles in the health food aisle but I personally prefer Sweet Williams (dunno why, but it's my fave that I've tried) happy
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_Matt _Matt VIC Posts: 1567
53 4 Jul 2009
Brodie said:
Matt.Y said:
Kirrilly said:
I discovered a delicious one today, Tropical Source "Mint Cruch" dark block. Yummy. Probably my favourite so far, and cheap - $2.90 for a decent size block.
ooooo where did you find this?
I've seen it at Coles in the health food aisle but I personally prefer Sweet Williams (dunno why, but it's my fave that I've tried) happy
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.ellehcoR .ellehcoR VIC Posts: 663
54 4 Jul 2009
Mmmm does anyone like the Sweet Williams Chocolate Spread (kindov a vegan version of Nutella) ???
I havnt really made up my mind yet. My mum says its horrible... but its alright with [soy] icecream.
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Karen Karen Australia Posts: 993
55 4 Jul 2009
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.ellehcoR said:
Mmmm does anyone like the Sweet Williams Chocolate Spread (kindov a vegan version of Nutella) ???
I havnt really made up my mind yet. My mum says its horrible... but its alright with [soy] icecream.
Doesn't it sell itself on its lack of sugar?? That's what's missing IMHO. I agree -- it seems to require ice cream, or ... sugar, of any kind. I'm not a huge fan, but I know people who are. Meh.

There are better vegan chocolate spreads if you ask me. But most aren't as easy to find as SW.

However, it is GREAT in baking, and chocolate making. I have a recipe for vegan Rochers which I whip out every easter and most birthdays... It takes a little imagination, but the results are impressive, and there are never any left overs! wink The SW choc spread goes great in that! (probably because it's surrounded by other sweet things wink)
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Nathanael Nathanael VIC Posts: 211
56 4 Jul 2009
Really?... It's not sweet?... How come I don't notice this!... my sweet tooth must be failing me!
I dunno, I guess I don't like my spreads to be sweet anyways though. Personally I like it more then I ever liked nutella.
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Karen Karen Australia Posts: 993
57 5 Jul 2009
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Hhaaa happy Well maybe you're sweet enough, but I need help!!
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ckimana ckimana NSW Posts: 2545
58 5 Jul 2009
.ellehcoR said:
Mmmm does anyone like the Sweet Williams Chocolate Spread (kindov a vegan version of Nutella) ???
I havnt really made up my mind yet. My mum says its horrible... but its alright with [soy] icecream.
Yeah, my omni bfriend loves it. He just eats it out of the tub!
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.ellehcoR .ellehcoR VIC Posts: 663
59 8 Jul 2009
Today I had some Plamils organic & fairtrade "milk" chocolate. It was alright... wouldn't give it the absolute highest rating, but still pretty good.
While at the cashout, however, I asked the man at the organics store what was the best vegan chocolate and he pointed to the 'Loving Earth' brand. He also said that in his opinion, rice milk tasted better in chocolate than soy.
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Nathanael Nathanael VIC Posts: 211
60 8 Jul 2009
I agree with everything the guy at the organic shop said!
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