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Almond Or Cashew "Whipped Cream" Recipe

1 cup almonds or cashews
¾ cup water
1 Tablespoon maple syrup (optional)
½ teaspoon vanilla (optional)

If you get excited by yummy dairy-free vegetarian recipes, you're gonna love this one. For the smoothest consistency, use cashews or peeled almonds. Because of their alkaline nature, almonds help keep your blood at a neutral Ph. And if you buy them raw, they'll germinate when you soak them. Note for raw friends: Cashews are heated after being picked, even those labeled "raw".

Soak 1 cup of almonds or cashews in 2 cups of water. If you're in a very warm climate, soak them in your refrigerator. After 8-12 hours, discard the soaking water and rinse the nuts. In a blender, place the nuts and enough fresh water to allow the blender to operate. Blend, gradually adding enough water to achieve a smooth consistency. Yields 1 ½ - 1 ¾ cups.

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Thanks to Nomi Shannon for this recipe!

Nomi was the lucky winner of the Abbey's Vegetarian Recipe Award. To get her free crash course on raw vegetarian foods, and find out about her rawesome pure vegetarian recipe book, The Raw Gourmet, visit Be sure to mention that you were referred by Abbey's Vegetarian Recipes.

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