This is a very versatile cheeze. I use it as a taco filling in romaine leaves with avo or guac, salsa and red onion. It’s much lighter than a nut cheese. It’s flavor is reminiscent of that gooey yellow pourable cheese sludge that people put on nachos. You could thin it out if you needed a pourable cheese.

Recipe Directions

Blend soaked sunseeds in FP. Add lemon juice. You will need to stop and scrape the sides periodically to make a nice uniform blend. Add garlic, and cilantro. Add all remaining ingredients-except the hot sauce. Blend well. Add hot sauce. Blend one more time.

Zaphirah Sunflower's Thoughts

This is a very versatile cheeze. I use it as a taco filling in romaine leaves with avo or guac, salsa and red onion. It’s much lighter than a nut cheese. It’s flavor is reminiscent of that gooey yellow pourable cheese sludge that people put on nachos. You could thin it out if you needed a pourable cheese.

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my 10 yo ds likes to hollow out a cucumber and stuff this cheeze in and eat it like an ice cream cone. LOL!

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Great cheeze we had it as a lettuce wrap with red pep and onions marinated in cumin and evoo, and of course some avocado

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This is so so tasty. It makes a ton!

I used it in collard wraps, and also as a veggie dip.

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Oh my goodness...that soundy really good!

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last night I used 1/2 sunseeds and 1/2 pepitas and it was DELISH.

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This sounds similar to something that I make but with more of a kick. I will definitely try this. Thanks very much.

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