Vegan Sharp & Tangy Cashew Cheesy Sauce
A yummy, drizzly sauce is a thing of joy. We're really happy with the creamy, tangy taste of this cashew cheese sauce. It's not cheese, but it's a dead ringer for a sharp cheddar. Whether you're adding it as a topping or using it as a dip, you'll find yourself always looking for one more bite.
- Low Sugar
- Women Owned
- Made In The USA
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Plastic Minimal
- Recyclable Packaging
The lid and jar are fully curbside recyclable once separated.
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About the Brand
Core & Rind
As culinary nutrition experts, Candi and Rita spent years developing their classic Cashew Cheese Sauce. Their goal was to make better-for-you food that tastes really good, too. They were motivated to create a product that would not only help themselves, but everyone else too. Core and Rind Cashew Cheesy Sauce was born from years of trial and error in their very own kitchens—no food labs and scientists involved here.Shop Brand
How to use
You can pour this sauce on top of nachos, dip fresh veggies in it, serve it warm, serve it chilled, or honestly, just eat it with a spoon.
What People Are Saying
- protein pasta
- cheese sauce
Core & Rind Cashew Cheesy Sauce
I did not think it was very good. It has a vinegar taste to it and does not taste like cheese.
I absolutely love this “cheese” sauce!!! It pairs well with any cracker and tastes great over pasta. I’ve given up dairy and was thrilled when I tasted this amazing product. This sauce is truly addicting and I can say that I’m guilty of getting several relatives hooked on it as well!
Want Mac and cheese?
Cheesy-est product. A couple of tablespoons in my protein pasta and I’m in Mac and cheese heaven.
Didn't love the flavor, too tangy
I was excited to try this but unfortunately it just wasn't for me. The flavor is just not cheese-like. I was really hoping for cheddar-like sharpness. Instead the taste was strongly on the tangy side. I was ok with it when I mixed with salsa, but I was looking for something that I could put on eggs or have more as a straight cheese substitute. My one positive note was that the texture was good, smooth and creamy.
I didn't love this... while the texture was great, the flavor wasn't for me. I didn't get much cheese flavor, I was really hoping for something sharp and cheddary to use with veggies & proteins (which I know is a lot to ask from a vegan dip!) but instead all I got from it was "tangy". Not bad when mixed with salsa but ultimately I didn't like it as a stand-alone sauce. I do appreciate the straightforward ingredients list.