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How to make Vegan Parmesan Cheese.

This recipe is an amazing alternative to any vegan or lactose intolerant people that wish to benefits from the yummy creamy texture of cheese in any dish requiring parmesan like risotto, pastas or lasagnas.

It is simple and requires just a few ingredients such as…

  • 1/4 cup nutritional yeast
  • 1 cup raw unsalted cashews
  • 1 teaspoon pink himalayan salt or kosher salt

Some of you may seems septic about the “nutritional yeast”. I was at first… Before I read more about it. And I can assure you that it is just as yummy as it is healthy! Superfood approved!

Sure, but what is Nutritional Yeast?
It is a deactivated yeast product which is NOT brewers yeast. After being cultured, the yeast is deactivated under high heat, which make it particularly healthy and safe, free from candida albicans, putting away the risk of contracting a yeast infection. It comes in the form of yellow flakes or powder and has a nutty and cheesy flavor similar to parmesan, explaining why it is often used as a cheese substitutes. But most importantly, it has many health benefits including its high content of B-complex vitamins, high in magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, riboflavin and thiamin, naturally lactose-free, low in sodium, low in fats and normally gluten-free.

Now, to get that Vegan Parmesan Cheese…
  1. In a food processor, simply process all ingredients until you get a smooth powder.
  2. Use on your recipe!
  3. It can also be store in the fridge in an air-tight jar for a few weeks.

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2 thoughts on “How to make Vegan Parmesan Cheese.

  1. I made the Vegan Parmesan Cheese tonight and put some on my brown rice organic noodles…It was awesome!!!…I like to eat spoons of it on it’s own, I like it so much ;-) Thank you!

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