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ORGANIC Cashew nuts

raw food quality

Cashew nuts
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DE-ÖKO-039
  • natural and unroasted
  • in a practical glass jar with screw lid
  • from controlled organic cultivation
  • with valuable fiber
  • for refining muesli and salads or as a snack
  • ideal for Asian dishes such as curries
4,86 of 5 stars
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9,90 €*
72593
330 g
30,00 € / 1 kg
*incl. 7 % tax plus shipping

The natural, fresh cashews in raw food quality come from controlled organic cultivation and contain valuable fiber. They are also a source of protein and an ideal plant-based source of protein for vegans and vegetarians in particular. Our cashews are natural and neither roasted nor salted.

Cashew nutsCashew tree with kernels

Origin and harvest

The cashew tree, also known as the cashew tree, acaju tree or kidney tree, belongs to the sumac family (Anacardiaceae). The Portuguese were the first Europeans to discover this tree in north-eastern Brazil. Today, however, it is also cultivated in many other countries with tropical climates. The name cashew is derived from the Portuguese name Caja or Cajueiro. The name Acaju comes from the Indian Tupi language. The trees bear the cashew fruit below the fruit stalk, the cashew apple, in which the actual cashew kernel grows. They also thrive in poor, nutrient-poor soil. The cashew harvest takes place between February and the end of April. During this period, the ripe cashew nuts fall from the tree and can be collected. After harvesting, they still have a very hard shell and a brown skin around the kernel. Like pistachios and almonds, cashews are botanically classified as drupes.

Taste and use

The light-colored, kidney-shaped cashews have a slightly sweet and nutty taste. They are not only ideal as a snack on their own, but also for refining muesli, salads, soups and vegetable dishes as well as a baking ingredient for bread and rolls. They are particularly popular in Asian cuisine. They are used in rice dishes and are a particularly tasty ingredient in curries. They are also used as a garnish. Cashews should always be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place to preserve their high quality.

Recipe

Banana bread with nuts

Banana bread with nuts

Recipe for delicious banana bread with walnuts and chashew nuts. Prepared with almond or coconut oil. Ideal as a snack or as dessert combined with ice cream and fresh fruit. zum Rezept
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Quick and easy recipe for fresh pesto from coriander, cashew nuts and pine nuts. Refined with olive oil. Goes well with pasta or baguette. zum Rezept
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from Friedrich Pardun at 26.10.2023
Cashewkerne punkten mit Magnesium, Kalium, Kupfer, Zink, Phosphor, Eisen, Folsäure sowie Vitamin B 1, B 2 und B 6. Cashewkerne liefern von allen Nüssen am wenigsten Fett. Der perfekte Snack.
from Friedrich Pardun at 20.07.2021
Cashewkerne punkten mit Magnesium, Kalium, Kupfer, Zink, Phosphor, Eisen, Folsäure sowie Vitamin B 1, B 2 und B 6. Cashewkerne liefern von allen Nüssen am wenigsten Fett.
from Regina Meyer zu Bexten at 25.10.2021
Kaum habe ich so eine gute Qualität an Cashew Kernen gegessen. Muss ich gleich wieder bestellen weil die eine Tüte war schnell alle.
from Friedrich Pardun at 07.03.2022
Cashewkerne liefern von allen Nüssen am wenigsten Fett und deshalb der perfekte Snack.
from Friedrich Pardun at 03.02.2022
Statt zuckerreiche Eiweiß - Riegel, lieber eine Handvoll Cashewkerne.
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