How hard do you want the margarine, tho? If you need something like hard butter, Trex cooking fat is a common kosher option and is vegan, altho it doesn not taste buttery at all.
It will be for flapjacks. I think I will try that, see how it comes out.
Agreed. Pure works for me.
pure sunflower' and 'pure soya' should both be suitable butter alternatives for non-dairy flapjacks- i often bake using them :)
Ta. Will let you (well, livejournal) know how they turn out. :)
Tomor margarine is what vegans commonly used and would be better for flapjack i think - it's designed to be a butter 'replacement'
(find it in big supermarkets, especially those in Jewish areas)
Trex is more designed to be a lard replacement and used in pastry
Apparently I live 5 minutes from the largest Hasidic Jewish community in Europe, so this may be possible...
The cheese-shaped hats are fabulous.
Isn't margarine by definition non-dairy?
Most margarine-type things appear to have (small) quantities of buttermilk mixed in.