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Best non-dairy spread?

What do you use?

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Ashley2 Ashley2 VIC Posts: 9
11 22 Sep 2011
hey everyone!
i love the taste of nuttelex, but last year at the World Vegan Day in Melbourne there was a stall saying to boycott Nuttelex as it has Palm oil in it!
so i have steered clear, but it is so tasty! and i love toast sad

i may look back into it, perhaps they have made a change? or this is old news and they have changed and in that case ignore my post haha

i hate it when a spread looks like it could be ok e.g. olive grove (olive oil right?) but it has dairy....what's the point, they might as well make butter!

and i will try the other suggestions and maybe toast can be apart of my life once more confused
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ckimana ckimana NSW Posts: 2545
12 22 Sep 2011
I use avocado or tahini on sandwiches.

And Nuttlex lite for cooking or Nuttlex Olive for garlic breads.
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Beemo Beemo United States Posts: 1259
13 22 Sep 2011
I forgot...Melrose is also vegan! You can buy it from most health food shops.
It does taste completely different to nuttelex, I personally can't stand the stuff, but my boyfriend absolutely loves it haha.
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Beemo Beemo United States Posts: 1259
14 22 Sep 2011
Ashley2 said:
hey everyone!
i love the taste of nuttelex, but last year at the World Vegan Day in Melbourne there was a stall saying to boycott Nuttelex as it has Palm oil in it!
so i have steered clear, but it is so tasty! and i love toast sad
Nuttelex does contain a percentage of palm oil, I emailed them about it and they did say it was from sustainable sources so I have continued to buy it.
Though if you still wish to avoid it you can try Melrose which you can buy from most health food shops.
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Nobody Nobody QLD Posts: 593
15 22 Sep 2011
Ashley2 said:
i love the taste of nuttelex, but last year at the World Vegan Day in Melbourne there was a stall saying to boycott Nuttelex as it has Palm oil in it!
Hmm... I haven't heard about that. It doesn't have palm oil in the ingredients list... unless that's what the 'vegetable oil' is.
http://www.nuttelex.com.au/nuttelex-original/
ashamed

EDIT: I just read the post above from Abbiesaurus.  tongue
Thank you!
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xAshlee xAshlee TAS Posts: 722
16 22 Sep 2011
yep to update what someone said - the Tablelands one is good because it doesnt have that strong taste that some people dont like about nuttelex. and compared to Nuttelex at $3.30 at my coles Table lands dairy free is $1.79 =D both 500gm too
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*** *** WA Posts: 36
17 2 Sep 2015
Unfortunately TABLELAND DAIRY FREE SPREAD contains vitamin D derived from wool, so is not vegan.  http://www.tablelandsspreads.com.au/health-facts

There are a couple new ones available in supermarkets that are vegan ~ Sunburst and one from IGA made on the east coast called Butter Me Up happy
http://halfpintvegandairy.com.au/halfpint-vegan-dairy/buttermeup/
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HarvestMoon HarvestMoon NSW Posts: 23
19 4 Sep 2015
Beemo said:
Ashley2 said:
hey everyone!
i love the taste of nuttelex, but last year at the World Vegan Day in Melbourne there was a stall saying to boycott Nuttelex as it has Palm oil in it!
so i have steered clear, but it is so tasty! and i love toast sad
Nuttelex does contain a percentage of palm oil, I emailed them about it and they did say it was from sustainable sources so I have continued to buy it.
Though if you still wish to avoid it you can try Melrose which you can buy from most health food shops.
Nuttlex has a coconut oil spread now that contains no palm oil, and Harris Farm also sell a coconut spread if you have one close by? I'm not a fan of coconut so haven't tried them myself but may be an option for some?
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jadehiggins23 jadehiggins23 VIC Posts: 16
20 15 Sep 2015
rice bran spread is pretty nice happy
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