- — Kosher, Raw, Vegan
- — Low in Cholesterol and Sodium
- — A good source of Magnesium
- — Phosphorus, Copper, and Manganese
What is cashew?
Cashew is an unusual nut that is popular for its arcuate form and pleasant a bit sweet taste. This South American nut is interesting because it is, in fact, a fruit. However, the fruit pulp spoils too quickly, and therefore it is possible to import only its core, which is the cashew nut.
Our unsalted raw cashews pieces contain a vast number of components so useful for the human body. Slightly buttery but incredibly tender, cashews contain less fat than almonds or walnuts. Moreover, there is even more protein, carbohydrates, and other essential nutrition in cashews. Cashews are hypoallergenic. Thus all are safe to eat these delicious nuts.
How to Use and Store Cashews
In addition to nuts’ beneficial properties, cashew halves and pieces serve as the main ingredient in various culinary dishes: salads with cashews, garnish for meat dishes, stuffing for stuffed poultry, decorating cakes, and other delicious delicacies.
If you want to buy cashew pieces in bulk, storing them in a cool, dry place, preferable a fridge or a freezer, is essential.