This is my modification of the "mashed potatoes" recipe in the Jan+Feb 2010 VegNews by Gena Henshaw, which called for more cashews (it was too cashewy for my taste).

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Blend everything but the water in a food processor--use the grater or slicer attachment for the cauliflower, to help avoid big pieces that the S-blade misses. Then add the water in a thin stream.

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By rebeccaj

This is my modification of the "mashed potatoes" recipe in the Jan+Feb 2010 VegNews by Gena Henshaw, which called for more cashews (it was too cashewy for my taste).

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I think this recipe still has too much cashew :-) Delicious, but too many Calories.

I now make it with 1/2 cup cashews, no olive oil, no salt, 1/2 cup water, and I use the Vitamix (it never got creamy in my food processor, but quickly blends up nicely in the Vitamix). I'm going to try it with less lemon juice next time. I'll post a new recipe if I ever get it just right.

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And now I omit the cashews altogether - still counting Calories.

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And now I omit the cashews altogether - still counting Calories.

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I think this recipe still has too much cashew :-) Delicious, but too many Calories.

I now make it with 1/2 cup cashews, no olive oil, no salt, 1/2 cup water, and I use the Vitamix (it never got creamy in my food processor, but quickly blends up nicely in the Vitamix). I'm going to try it with less lemon juice next time. I'll post a new recipe if I ever get it just right.

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