Not completely raw, but a good source of B vitamins. Adding more cashews makes it more solid & creamier, adding more yeast flakes makes it drier & more ‘cheesy’. If you want to use soaked cashews, it’d be best to dehydrate them before using in this recipe.

Recipe Directions

Briefly grind the cashews & nutritional yeast together in a clean coffee grinder or blender, so they’re well mixed. Store in an airtight jar in the fridge.

Denzildragon's Thoughts

Not completely raw, but a good source of B vitamins.
Adding more cashews makes it more solid & creamier, adding more yeast flakes makes it drier & more ‘cheesy’. If you want to use soaked cashews, it’d be best to dehydrate them before using in this recipe.

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This stuff is gooood!

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OMG this was AWFUL!!! What a waste of cashews, I had to spit it out. This tastes nothing like parmesan, nor like any cheese I've ever tasted except that nasty Gjetost from the Nordic countries. Readers beware.

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I've done this with walnuts, nutritional yeast and a bit of celtic sea salt. It's very good!

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oh yeah, I've had this before and it's great! add in a little garlic, yum!!

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Cute name! I will try this!

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