Crafted with organic cashew and coconut milk, our vegan sour cream is thick, creamy, and totally tangy. Use as a delicious sour cream substitute.
Coconut & Cashewmilk (Filtered Water, Coconut Cream*, Cashews*), Tapioca Starch*, Sea Salt, Pectin, Distilled Vinegar*, Lactic Acid, Locust Bean Gum*, Tricalcium Phosphate, Agar, Live Active Cultures (S. Thermophilus, L. Bulgaricus, L. Acidophilus, Bifidus, L. Lactis, L. Plantarum).
Allergens: Coconut, Cashews
When you’re whipping up a masterpiece in the kitchen, there’s just no substitute for the tang of a good sour cream. Oh wait: now there is! Our plant-based vegan sour cream is packed with probiotics and has a perfectly pucker-y tang that adds a kick to any dish or dip.
The lactic acid (which is not derived from dairy although the name is confusing), distilled vinegar, and the probiotic cultures give sour cream that tang taste. We use the same cultures as in our Cashewmilk Yogurt, but ferment it longer, giving it the extra tang.
The main differences between the two products are the consistency and flavor profile. Sour cream is thicker and has a more savory taste. The lactic acid (which is not derived from dairy although the name is confusing), distilled vinegar, and the probiotic cultures give sour cream that tang taste. In addition to these, we added salt which enhances that savory profile.
Our Sour Cream can be used to make dips, sauces, as well as bake or cook with it. We love it on hot foods such as baked potatoes or on tacos. Check out some of our recipes for inspiration.
Our sour cream does not contain carrageenans, fortifiers or preservatives, and no hydrogenated oils. We use tapioca starch, made from the root of the cassava plant, to give our products rich, velvety texture.
All Forager products are certified organic. We’re committed to organic because it’s better for the earth and better for our bodies. Because we’re certified organic, it means our products contain no artificial ingredients, flavors or preservatives, no toxic or persistent chemicals, no synthetic fertilizers or sewage sludge. What’s more, organic growing practices help enhance soil fertility while protecting wildlife and promoting biodiversity.
We are not a “big food” company. We have been family-run and operated since we made our first bottle of juice. We put a lot of care into the foods we craft because we want them to taste exceptional and to make a real difference in the world.
Michele L. Seattle, WA
Judy H. Marblehead, MA