Product of Vietnam
Cashews are one of the most popular tree nuts, especially in countries with subtropical climates to where they are a native. They are mostly eaten on their own, with exceptions on special occasions in which they are added to certain dishes and desserts to provide for a yummier and munchier taste.
Shelf life: 12 months
1. They contain less fat than most other nut varieties
2. Protein, dietary fiber, and antioxidants
3. Excellent source of oleic acid, the same “good” fat found in olive oil
4. Rich in essential minerals like calcium, iron, magnesium, and potassium
1. Cashew Cream (for salad dressings)
2. Cashew Milk
3. Cashew Butter
4. Add to trail mix
7. Cakes/ Pies/ Tarts
8. Dessert Toppings
9. Pastries/ Baked Goods
Want to use them in a meal plan? For snacks, try combining these Raw Cashews with fruits and dry seeds. They can also be mixed into oatmeal or brushed up with honey or other preferred syrups.
Churning out cream, milk and butter from Raw Cashews can be done for breakfast dishes, while grinding them for dips and sauces for main lunch and dinner dishes is not only possible but also delicious.
Putting them on some baked goodies and cold desserts, such as brownies, pies, cakes, and ice creams, gives great pay-offs, both to the aesthetic and gastronomic experience.
Shelf life and recommendation
To get the best out of these Raw Cashews, make sure to store them under dry and cool conditions.
Pantry shelf life can last up to six to nine months, while refrigerated Raw Cashews can be consumed up to a year.