Whipped cashew cream. It will thicken considerable in the fridge. Use it as whipped cream in fruit plates and raw cakes/pies. It can be used as a thick sweet mayoneise in saldas or as substitute for mayoneise in salad dressing recipes. I make my thousand island raw dressing using 1/3 cup of this cashew-neise.
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1) Place cashews and water (from soaked cashews, 1 cup) into blender. Blend until a thick cream forms.

2) Add agave, mapple and honey. Blend until syrups are fully dissolved.

3) With blender running, add oils, in a very fine stream. If coconut oil is not liquified, add it at the end, after all other oils. Stop blender.

4) Heat 1/3 cups water in how.

5) Stir in agar-agar powder, stirring frequently until thicken.

6) Add agar-agar mixture in the blender and blend for about 30 seconds.

7) Add arrowroot powder and blend for 30 seconds more.

8) Place it in a container or jar in the fridge. Allow it to chill for about an hour before use.

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Whipped cashew cream. It will thicken considerable in the fridge. Use it as whipped cream in fruit plates and raw cakes/pies. It can be used as a thick sweet mayoneise in saldas or as substitute for mayoneise in salad dressing recipes. I make my thousand island raw dressing using 1/3 cup of this cashew-neise.

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Arrow root thickens and is traditionally used as medicine in Japan. It is often used in macrobiotic cooking.

Agar agar is made from sea weed and give a gel-like consistency.

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what are arrow root and agar agar powder

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This is such a trip! You used several types of sweetener and oil! Have you experimented and found this tastes the best or did you just try it this way the first time? Do the arrow root and agar agar work the same or differently? Thanks!

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