hurts like heaven cashew cheese spread

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cashew nuts are kidney shaped seeds found at the bottom of the cashew apple. the nuts are the produced fruit of the cashew tree and a native to northern brazil. with a mild sweetness and smooth texture the cashew not only adds flavor and body to many raw/living food recipes, they also boost your mood and stabilize your thoughts to help fight depression. they contain oleic acid, the same heart-healthy fat that is found in olive oil, making them a key factor in maintaining proper cardiovascular health. this cashew spread is a cheese alternative that is high-raw, vegan, non-dairy, wheat and gluten free, requires little time to prepare and tastes great with practically everything.

find yourself feeling a little bit nervous? calm down, eat cashews and be sure to use your heart like a weapon!

hurts like heaven cashew cheese spread

1 cup raw cashews (soaked 4-6 hours and rinsed well)

1/4 cup chopped italian parsley

1/3 cup water

3 tablespoons nutritional yeast (optional, not raw)

1 teaspoon sea salt

place ingredients into the blender and blend until smooth. put spread into a glass jar and store in the refrigerator for up to one week. makes about 8 ounces.

*listen to the running of your blender and be willing to add up to 2 tablespoons additional water for the optimal consistency of your cheese.

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11 Responses to “hurts like heaven cashew cheese spread”
  1. Nicole says:

    This sounds yummy! and way healthier than most other options that are comparable.

  2. Natalie says:

    Mmmmm! This sounds delicious! I love cashews even though they are quite expensive here. I’ll definitely try this one out!

  3. Andrea Broom says:

    I love cashew cheese sauce, I’ve been obsessing over cashew cheese sauce for EVER. Like the addition of the parsley.

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