Anyone who knows me knows I am pretty “connected” in the world of vegan cheeses. From Miyoko’s Kitchen to VioLife, I’ve been very fortunate to always have on-hand any number of flavors or varieties of simple sliced or artisanal variety vegan cheeses. So, when I have an opportunity to try one I’ve never tried before … of course, I jump at the chance,
Nuttin’ Ordinary is a plant based company in New Hampshire that manufactures naturally dairy-free, naturally-delicious, palate pleasing foods. The company was created after plans to launch a plant based restaurant in NH fell through back in 2011 and now we can all enjoy their inspirational flavors through their innovative line of vegan cheeses.
In 2013 Nuttin’ Ordinary built a commercial kitchen in Harrisville, NH and started producing cashew cheeses that are described as “clean, simple, and great tasting“… and they are truly GREAT TASTING. Sort of a cross between Treeline and Miyoko’s Kitchen, these spreadable cheeses have all the “Umami: the 5th taste” you’d ever expect from an artisan cheese while at home on a simple cracker or melted into a creamy pasta sauce.
Nuttin’ Ordinary continues to grow and is getting ready to launch their plant based cashew filled ravioli, and will be introducing a couple of new products in 2016. They are a true contender in the new plant based cheese industry that continues to expand everyday and I feel so fortunate that I got to try two of their delicious flavors (original and Italian herb) and I will also get to try their Spicy in the coming weeks.
Nuttin’ Ordinary is currently available at Whole Foods in the North Atlantic region (Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, RI, and Northern CT) and are also available at co-ops and independent stores throughout New England.
AND … they now have distribution in New York City at Mrs Greens in The West Village and are looking to pick up more locations in the coming months. For more information, visit NuttinOrdinary.com or find them on Facebook and Twitter.
And, for your health, the environment, and the animals …