This Miyokos Liquid Mozzarella Review walks through everything that you need to know about the new Miyoko’s liquid cheese.
Miyoko’s Creamery has revolutionized the vegan industry for so many items and it’s not stopping any time soon.
In our Miyoko’s liquid mozzarella review, we are going over everything you need to know about this new product.
If we are being quite honest, we were nervous going into this taste test. While so many people love everything about the brand, we typically seem to have a 50/50 success rating with loving or disliking the products.
Mainly because of the cultured cheese, we tend to not case for how tangy many of the Miyoko’s Creamery products are. However, we’ve heard rave reviews about this product and we always go into a taste test and review with an open mind.
Today, we are are sharing price, ingredients, and our opinion of the taste of Miyoko’s Liquid Mozzarella.
Make sure that you watch our taste test below and all the questions you may have should be answered below as well.
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Is Miyoko’s Liquid Mozzarella Vegan?
Yes. All Miyoko’s Creamery products are vegan certified, including the liquid mozzarella.
What allergens are in Miyoko’s Liquid Mozzarella?
Full Allergens below, but Miyokoa’s Liquid Mozzarella contains coconut.
One of the things that we love about Miyoko’s is the simple and clean ingredient list. And the liquid cheese is no exception.
Miyoko’s Liquid Mozzarella Ingredients
The ingredients in Miyoko’s liquid cheese are:
Miyoko’s Organic Cashew Milk (Filtered Water, Organic Cashews), Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Tapioca Starch, Sea Salt, Mushroom Extract, Organic Sunflower Lecithin, Organic Konjac, Cultures.
There are 6 servings at ¼ cup per serving inside on 16oz bottle of Miyoko’s Liquid Mozzarella.
No. At this time Miyoko’s only makes vegan liquid mozzarella.
You can use Miyoko’s Store locator to see where you can purchase the liquid cheese in store or you can also use the website to ship directly to your home.
The average prices seems to be $6-7 depending on location; however, we have seen it for as low as $4.
According to the package, you should consume the product within 14 days of opening the product.
It’s so easy to use the Miyoko’s liquid cheese. Just shake well, pour, and bake onto your favorite things that call for cheese. You’ll want to make sure not to apply to thick according to the bottle.
While we couldn’t find anything on the Miyoko’s website about microwaving, we did test it ourselves. A thick outer layer around the rim of our bowl congealed after just 30 seconds. After 60 seconds, it was a gloppy, slimy mess. If you were to microwave, we’d recommend just a few seconds at a time and constantly stir and repeat.
What recipes should I use with Miyoko’s liquid cheese?
The possibilities are truly endless; however, here’s a few delicious ways to use. Instead of sprinkling vegan cheese shreds on top, you would replace it with the liquid.
Miyoko’s Liquid Mozzarella review:
Overall, we were surprised by how much we liked the taste of the Miyoko’s liquid cheese. We also think it would be fun for other varieties to come out like cheddar or gouda.
It was also super easy to use. While discussing price, we did mention that while it’s more expensive for most people compared to a bag of vegan shreds, you are getting more out of it per serving which means that it’s cheaper per serving.
Since Miyoko’s product are typically more expensive per serving because of their smaller company, organic ingredients, and clean ingredient list, we were happy to see that change for them.
Being honest, it wasn’t our favorite product ever. We may buy it again in the future, but it wouldn’t be our first choice.
We do think that there is a lot of room for error which is one reason why. The product calls for about ¼ cup of liquid cheese per 10″ pizza; however, when we did that we found it light and lacking and would have liked more of a mouth feel and taste of the cheese coming through. Same when we tried the same amount for our nachos.
It does brown and it does bubble, which is also nice. Lastly, there’s no gummy feeling or sticky feeling like many vegan cheese products have. Larisha did feel as though it was a bit gritty, but Andrew said he didn’t feel that.
We hope this information helps you make an informed decision on Miyoko’s Creamery Liquid Mozzarella.
Have you tried this product? Let us know your thoughts!