Miyoko’s Farmhouse Cheddar – review & ethical rating

Miyoko Schinner is a pioneer in the field of vegan dairy. I’m including Miyoko’s Farmhouse Cheddar on my list of the best vegan cheeses. Ethically, I think it deserves a perfect score of 5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.

So Delicious vegan cheese slices – review

In my continuing mission to seek out the best vegan cheese, I thought that So Delicious deserve to be included for their two vegan sliced cheeses – American Style and Cheddar Style. 3.5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.

Kiss My Face olive oil soap – sustainability

Here I’ll take a look at olive oil soap from Kiss My Face, a longstanding vegan and cruelty-free product. Topics include the impact of liquid soap versus bar soap and sustainability of olives. Overall, I think that Kiss My Face deserves 4.5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.

Lärabar – social and environmental impact

Here I’ll review two products from Lärabar – a hemp seed brownie and an apple cobbler protein bar. Overall, I think that Lärabar, now owned by General Mills, deserves 3.5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.

Spero vegan cream cheese – ethical review

Spero Foods have made a range of vegan cream cheese spreads from sunflower seeds. They now rank among my favorite vegan dairy alternatives and I’m happy to say that they also deserve 5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.

Violife, Just Like Feta – ethical review

I’ve tried many vegan cheeses over the last few years and Violife’s vegan feta is one of the best that I’ve had, so far. In a Greek salad, I really can’t tell that this is a vegan product. Overall, I think that Violife deserves 4.5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.

Califia Plant Butter – ethical review

Califia have recently brought out two Plant Butter products, both on sale at the Grocery Outlet: Sea Salt with Avocado Oil and Sea Salt with Olive Oil. The quality of plant butters has improved to the point that they are good substitutes for dairy butter. Overall, I think that Califia plant butter deserves 4 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.

Tom’s of Maine Prebiotic soap

I found a new Prebiotic soap from Tom’s of Maine at the Grocery Outlet. The prebiotics are designed to encourage the growth of beneficial bacterial on your skin. Tom’s of Maine is a responsible company but could do a better job on palm oil sourcing policy – 2.5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.

Impossible Burger 2.0 – review and ethical rating

I bought Impossible Burgers at the Grocery Outlet and compared to them to Beyond Meat burgers, also available on discount at the Grocery Outlet. My feeling is that people who crave meat may like Impossible Burgers but most vegetarians and vegans might prefer Beyond Meat. I’m scoring the Impossible Burger 3/5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.

Beyond Meat Cookout Classic burgers

I recently found Beyond Meat burgers, the Cookout Classic 10-pack, on sale for $7.99 at the Grocery Outlet. This review looks at ingredients, cooking tips, and sustainability and I also compare the Beyond Meat burger to the Impossible Burger.