We sat down with the women of Three Girls Vegan Creamery out of Madison, CT. They are new to the CitySeed Farmers Markets, providing dairy-free, plant-based, organic vegan cheese offerings! Visit them at our Winter Market on: 1/28, 2/25, 3/11.

 1. How did your business get started?
Being an Italian-vegan family, it was the cheese that kept us doing double takes at family gatherings. We decided to solve that problem. First, we took on the mozzarella and after pounds and pounds thrown away, we arrived at the perfect texture and taste. We were able to convert a some family members to a dairy-free life and started making cheese for friends and family. That led us to starting the Creamery.

2. What’s unique about your product?
I think the small batch, fermented and cultured approach to vegan nut cheeses really sets us apart. Of course, bigger than that would be the love and passion we put in to our products. We really love what we do!
3. What’s the story behind your business name?
As a long-time single mom with two daughters, it has always been the three of us in the world. Time has marched on and the family has expanded but the core was always us, Three Girls, and we are Vegan!
4. What is your favorite product?
It would be a toss up of the Pistachio, Cranberry, Fresh Thyme, Pumpkin Seed aged cheese wheels and the fresh Mozzarella “di Bufala” in a caprese salad. So yummy!
5. Tell us about your use of local ingredients.
All of the herbs we use are locally sources here in CT. Once the season changes we are super excited to begin our Edible Flower line that is as beautiful as it is delicious. We source all of those locally as well!
6. What do you like to do when you have spare time?
Spare time? What’s that? Truthfully, cook, cook, cook. I love to veganize everything from traditional Italian dishes to seafood. We make awesome clam strips from Oyster mushrooms, and Cauliflower “Chickun” Cutlets and so many more!
7. What’s one thing you want everyone to know about your business?
Three Girls Vegan Creamery is our culinary activism. We hope to make the greatest vegan cheese possible to hopefully assist more people to go dairy-free. Not only for one’s personal health but with compassion for our animal friends who cannot defend themselves.
8. What are the best and hardest things about being in this industry?
We have been lovingly received with warmth and excitement, that has been the most beautiful gift. The hardest has been learning how to navigate the growing pains. We want to remain small and focused on small batches with love!


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