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Marigold Engevita Nutritional Yeast Flakes with added B12 Gluten Free 125g

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About Engevita Nutritional Yeast Flakes with added B12 Gluten Free

Engevita yeast is one of the richest natural sources of the B group of vitamins. It is also rich in protein, amino acids, enzymes, minerals and trace elements. Engevita is a purely natural food, specifically produced for human consumption and is a A purely natural food, a primary strain of Saccharomyces Cerevasiae, it's grown on enriched purified molasses under carefully controlled conditions, this ensures freedom from candida albicans yeast.

Engevita has such a pleasant taste, it can be consumed as it is. It is also readily dissolved in water, milk, fruit or vegetable juices and can be sprinkled on soups, stews, casseroles, salads and breakfast cereals to enhance the flavour.

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Engevita Nutritional Yeast Flakes with added B12 Gluten Free ingredients: Dried inactive yeast.

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Sarah Brown I THINK THE ENGEVITA WITH ADDED VITAMIN B12 isn't as 'cheesy tasting' as the one without - I think they're both great and often add them on top of pasta dishes or beans on toast or in plain crisps shaken about to make a cheesy taste - good for mixing in with your cat or dogs meal if you are feeding them veggie/vegan meals too.
samira_p I'm very confused about the B12 claims of this product. It says "added B12", yet the ingredients does not list B12, which it would legally have to do if B12 is added and B12 does not naturally occur in yeast at such levels. The best info I could get on this is that the yeast is "grown in a special high B12 medium", which doesn't tell much. I think I will get the non-B12 version in future and use supplements to top up on B12.

As for the actual product, it looks a bit like fish flakes :) It's very crumbly and can be sprinkled onto foods to add a savoury flavour. I use it for making vegan bean burgers, where you can't really taste it in the finished product.

The flavour itself is described as "cheesy", but I haven't really found it to be so. The taste is hard to describe: hints of cheese, yes, slightly salty. "Savoury" is probably the best way I can describe it. It's not unpleasant, but I didn't find it as nice as many other people have been describing it. I couldn't eat it by itself, but mixed with stronger flavours, it's okay.