Dealer Joe’s Inexperienced Goddess Gouda

Trader Joe's Green Goddess Gouda

I’ve by no means been a fan of cheeses with mildew rising on them, and I am kinda allergic, so…thankfully, that inexperienced stuff within the wedge is not mildew. In the event you hadn’t figured that out by the title of this put up and the label on the product, then I might should name you out for being unobservant. However most of you’ve gotten discovered that the inexperienced stuff is, the truth is, inexperienced goddess-ness. I can not say it is “dressing” per se, as a result of it appears prefer it’s only a bunch of random inexperienced goddess-ish elements like avocado oil, lemon juice, and garlic powder.

Sonia would not suppose the inexperienced goddess flavors come by a lot in any respect. I am not saying they’re sturdy, however I definitely style them. They mix properly with the semi-sweet creamy richness of the gouda as they’re, and if amplified an excessive amount of may upset the fragile steadiness.

We had it with crackers, tried it in vegetable soup, and crumbled it on salad. I am certain there are dozens of different functions we did not consider. It labored high-quality in all circumstances however wasn’t one thing I might contemplate a game-changer.


Ultimately this inexperienced goddess gouda did not stand out from different Dealer Joe’s specialty cheeses, nor did it stand head and shoulders above any plain gouda we have had from TJ’s or wherever else. This specific wedge was $3.60. Personally, I do not suppose we might buy once more, however it’s not a nasty concoction by any means—particularly should you like inexperienced goddess flavors.

Backside line: 6.5 out of 10.