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Sun Dried Tomato and Basil Cheese

A special cashew-based cheese that takes some time, but you will enjoy the anticipation! Betsy says, "Even just the plain cashew cheese is wonderful and creamy and can be used in a ton of various ways."

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Betsy's Spicy Cheese Sauce

Here is a new recipe I came up with last night for our black bean burritos. It's quick and easy and would go well over a roll up or on pasta or wherever you would like a spicy, creamy sauce.----Betsy

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Curry-Ketchup Bean Burgers

Christel came up with this variation on a bean burger and it's become a favorite of hers. These little burgers keep well and can even be used as "travel food."

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Beet Tartare with Cashew Cheese

An excellent combination of tangy chopped beets and smooth cashew sour cream.

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Brazil Nut Cheeze Ball

An easy "cheeze" ball for your holiday party: cashews and Brazil nuts blended with nutritional yeast and a zesty dose of garlic and lemon juice.

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Aged Chèvre with Herbes de Provence

This dairy-free cheese comes amazingly close to the original. it's a great recipe and very rewarding to create. The recipe calls for herbes de Provence, but you could roll the molded cylinder in any number of herbs, cracked peppercorns, or even nuts.

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Fromage de Brie

"This non-dairy version of the beloved French classic comes amazingly close in flavor, texture and appearance. For me, it was actually thrilling to see it take form over the four days of aging. This one is not low fat, but it is so worth trying for a special occasion."---Susan

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Summer Berry Cheesecake

A rich and wonderful cheesecake made with cashew cream and vegan cream cheese. Make it with red berries for Valentine's Day or any berries any time.

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Cashew Curry

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Sharp Cheddar Nut Cheese

A rich-tasting hard cheese that can be sliced or melted. This recipe takes some time: the rejuvelac takes 2 days to make, and then the cheese needs 1 to 3 days of aging to develop the sharp flavor. Betsy assures us that it's worth it! That tempting loaf of bread in the photo is a rye that includes leftover sprouts from making the cheese: Rye Sprouts Bread

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