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This gluten-free nutritional yeast spread adds nutty,
hearty flavor to sandwiches, sauces and soups! Possessing a very
distinctive flavor, this spread is made naturally from yeast
enzymes formed on molasses, and is not just another brewer’s yeast
by-product. Add zest to your favorite sandwiches, make a low
calorie/low sodium vegan broth, season up your favorite recipes –
there are hundreds of possibilities for this tasty spread that
contains 17 amino acids, vitamin B12, and is rich in whole protein.
4.38 oz. (125g) jar is $7.39. Gluten Free.
Ingredients: Organic nutritional yeast extract, sea
Serving size – 5g (1 level teaspoon)
Servings per container – 25
Calories per serving – 12
Total fat – 0.05g (0g saturated, 0g trans fat)
Sodium – 90mg
Total carbohydrate – 1.3g
Protein – 1.5g
Potassium – 170mg
Magnesium – 10mg
Vitamin B1 – 60mg
Vitamin B2 – 80mg
Vitamin B6 – 45mg
Niacin – 1350mg
Folic Acid – 10mg
Vitamin B12 – 410mcg
From Richard Rankin of La Plata, Missouri on 5/3/2015.
I'm a Vegemite fan on my morning beans & toast, but Vegemite is very salty. This stuff is low sodium and has a great, intense flavor to it. Vegemite is way cheaper, but this stuff is way better... I just wish there were a quantity discount or something, because these jars are pretty tiny.
So, so good!
From Dawnne of Reno, Nevada on 7/25/2014.
Excellent on toast. My favorite quick breakfast or snack. I'd like to find this in a one-ounce size so I can pack it in my carry on :)
From Cynthia Tsai of Newtonville, Massachusetts on 6/12/2014.
I already put nutritional yeast on everything but this is nutritional yeast on hyper drive. A little goes a long way but it is super savory and oh so tasty!! I actually put this in soup, throw it into cabbage slaw, and even eaten it with carrot sticks. I came across this on Vegan Essentials and so thankful that they carry this.
From Kimberly Rodriguez of Bremen, Maine on 6/20/2013.
Salty, so only use a little, but so tasty!
From Kelly Schreiber of Arcata, California on 9/7/2012.
I prefer this spread to marmite or vegemite. It's milder (ie. much less salty), but nuttier than those alternatives. It has become a staple in my pantry.
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