Raw vegan cheese (cultured nuts)

by Jewd Sails
(Rocklin, CA, USA)

I use probiotics in powder form to ferment raw vegan cheeses (made with cashew, almond, pine nuts). Probiotics work extremely well. In just two days of fermentation I can see the cheese rise and acquire the tangy flavor and aroma that produces a sharp and firm cheese after air drying. I just wish probiotics were not as expensive, so I could use more of it.

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Apr 01, 2015
Probiotic Raw Vegan Cheese - What a Great Idea!
by: Jo


That is such a cool idea! Thanks so much for sharing your idea. I have a bunch of questions: So do you soak all the nuts in water or salt water and then puree them? How much of each nut do you use? How long does it take to air dry? How much do you make at one time and how do you use the cheese?

Sorry, I am just intrigued by the idea and want to give it a try!

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