Candle Cafe Macaroni and Vegan Cheese.
In any case, let's check this out, shall we? First thing I should say is that this smelled really good while it was cooking. I was pretty optimistic. I stirred it at the appropriate time, finished cooking, then got ready to eat it. However, the fake cheese was still pretty clumpy. I kept stirring, to try to break down the clumps into a nice creamy sauce, like in the picture, and it did help a little, but I never got quite the result I was hoping for. But whatever, moving on.
After my first bite, my poor mouth was a little confused. It felt like a super-rich, creamy cheese sauce, but it had almost no flavor. While no flavor is still better than bad flavor, I still wondered what I could do about this. Something I learned in culinary school is that if something smells great but tastes bland, sometimes it just needs a pinch of salt. So I sprinkled on a little bit, and that was a definite improvement. If someone had handed me this meal without telling me this was fake cheese, I would probably believe it was real cheese. Knowing that it was fake kind of biased things, but in all honesty, this was quite tasty. Kinda pricey, but worth it.
Texture - very thick, rich, creamy sauce
Flavor - with a little extra salt (possibly just a palate thing - taste before you salt!) I could probably trick my brain into believing this was real cheese
Final grade for this attempt: A