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Thread: 50% off Daiya products (received back in PC Points) at Loblaws! August 22-28

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    Loblaws has an amazing offer this week for Daiya products for those of you that collect PC Points! Get up to 50% off Daiya products (by way of receiving up to 50% back in PC Points)... for every $10 spent on Daiya products, receive 5,000 points (the equivalent of $5 to spend at Loblaw-owned stores)! Time to stock up! Check your local flyer to make sure this is available in your area!

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    Has anyone tried Daiya products? Do they taste good? I am wanting to make a dairy free lasagna and saw a recipe using this product. TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lavender Lady View Post
    Has anyone tried Daiya products? Do they taste good? I am wanting to make a dairy free lasagna and saw a recipe using this product. TIA
    The cheesecake is amazing, the cream cheese, cheese shreds and yogurt are fairly icky.
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    Hmmm...for half price I'll try them, but won't hold my hopes out.
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    The cheesecake is amazing, the cream cheese, cheese shreds and yogurt are fairly icky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lavender Lady View Post
    Has anyone tried Daiya products? Do they taste good? I am wanting to make a dairy free lasagna and saw a recipe using this product. TIA
    I'm not a vegetarian at all, but I like the shredded "cheese." It doesn't taste like cheese but has a good taste. Make sure to eat it heated, because it tastes different
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    I've heard that some people love it and others not so much. I think that with any meat or animal by-product substitutes, they all taste different depending on the brand, so if you don't like the daiya cheese you may end up loving another brand's dairy-free cheese so if you don't end up liking Daiya, don't let that discourage you from trying another product of theirs or a completely different brand.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lavender Lady View Post
    Has anyone tried Daiya products? Do they taste good? I am wanting to make a dairy free lasagna and saw a recipe using this product. TIA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lavender Lady View Post
    Has anyone tried Daiya products? Do they taste good? I am wanting to make a dairy free lasagna and saw a recipe using this product. TIA
    If you don't end up liking Daiya, I've heard this brand is good:

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    Can the cheeses be frozen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Molly View Post
    Can the cheeses be frozen?

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    According to their FAQ:

    Can I freeze Daiya products? Our Shreds can be frozen, but they shouldn't be refrozen after they've been thawed. We don't recommend freezing our Blocks, Slices, Cream Cheese Style Spreads, or Cheezy Mac as it can affect their texture
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    The Daiya pizzas were $8.99 plus tax each at my Loblaws --> if you stock up and get 9 of them, your total comes to $80.91, which pretty much is about $4.50 each (you technically pay the tax on the regular price if we are getting really technical here).

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    Quote Originally Posted by downtowntorontogirl View Post
    The Daiya pizzas were $8.99 plus tax each at my Loblaws --> if you stock up and get 9 of them, your total comes to $80.91, which pretty much is about $4.50 each (you technically pay the tax on the regular price if we are getting really technical here).

    Are these frozen? I believe there is NO tax on frozen pizza as it comes under groceries like bread, milk, eggs etc.

    Only prepared hot pizza at the deli counter has tax on it like HST/GST as they are making it for you and providing a service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjthemanto View Post
    Are these frozen? I believe there is NO tax on frozen pizza as it comes under groceries like bread, milk, eggs etc.

    Only prepared hot pizza at the deli counter has tax on it like HST/GST as they are making it for you and providing a service.
    You may be correct! Yes they are frozen

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