Are you on a quest to find the creamiest dairy-free delights? So are we, which is why we’ve rounded up some of the best vegan goat cheese brands on the market to satisfy your cravings for this tangy flavor without using animals.
Goats are social animals who wag their tails, “binky,” and form meaningful relationships and strong bonds with each other and their human guardians. Like all mammals, they produce milk to feed their children, but on today’s dairy farms, goats are repeatedly impregnated and their offspring are taken from them so that their milk can be used by humans. Animals’ milk is meant for their babies—not humans. It’s speciesist for us to use them for their milk and treat them as objects instead of the feeling individuals they are.
If you want to make a real difference in the lives of goats and other animals, going vegan is the best thing you can do. By choosing vegan goat cheese (aka chèvre) from these brands or getting creative in the kitchen by making it yourself, you’re extending compassion to goats who are used for their milk.
VEGAN GOAT CHEESE BRANDS
Bandit (Fruit’n Nut Log, Garlic Za’atar Log, or Sharp Pimento Log)
Catalyst Creamery (Urfa Chèvre and Chive Chèvre)
Cultured Kindness (Cashew Chèvre With Basil & Chive or Cashew Chèvre With Caramelized Onion Balsamic)
Daiya Goat Cheeze (available only in Canada)
Rebel Cheese (Ash Chèvre, Balsamic Fig Walnut Fromage, Farmer’s Cheese, Honee Pistachio Chèvre, or Tomato Fromage)
Wendy’s Nutty Cheese (Herb Chèvre, Simply Chèvre, or Cranberry Pumpkin Seed Chèvre)
Yvonne’s Vegan Kitchen Goatless Cheese (Black Truffle, Cranberry & Dill, or Roasted Garlic, Onion, & Chive)
VEGAN GOAT CHEESE RECIPES
Going vegan is the best thing you can do for animals, the planet, and your own personal health. Take the first step toward making the change today by ordering your free vegan starter kit: