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Raw Cranberry Walnut Cashew Cheese

As my Christmas gift to you, I thought I would share one of the recipes from the Rawmazing Holiday Book. This is a great recipe for introducing people to raw foods at any of your holiday parties. Pictured with one of my favorite crackers, Almond Crackers with Tarragon (also from the book) this Cranberry Walnut Cashew Cheese with Thyme makes a great appetizer. No one will believe it’s raw!



The Rawmazing Holiday book is full of wonderful recipes based on all our traditional favorites from the holidays. You can order it here: Rawmazing Holidays.

Wishing all of you a wonderful holiday season!


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  1. siew wei wrote on July 19, 2012

    Hi if i am not a vegan and I am planning to cut down the cost in this recipe. Can I substitute the cream cheese or yogurt for cashew cream?

  2. Ana wrote on April 23, 2012

    Wow, this looks amazing!

  3. Diana Wojewodzki wrote on January 28, 2012

    I have been a fan of your website for months since I am relatively new to the raw food. I am loving it though. i had a question and that is when you put probiotics in the list of your recipe ingredients, what exactly is this product? I have looked for it in health shops and did not find it. it is not the actual probiotic we drink as a supplement no?
    Please enlighten me and where I can buy this.
    Also any suggestions on websites that sell good raw cooking ingredients. many many thanks for all the good information you are sharing.

    • Susan wrote on January 28, 2012

      You can use the probiotics in capsule form. You should be able to find this at any coop or health food store. Whole Foods carries them also. Cheers!

  4. Mandy Pena wrote on January 27, 2012

    Susan, I am not sure what type of rings we are talking about and what their purpose is. The rings you mention are 5 inches in diameter, but how tall are they?

  5. Katherine wrote on January 6, 2012

    I’m looking to change my diet (for various health-related issues) and I’m looking into the raw food movement (and found your blog!), and specifically with this recipe – don’t judge me if this will sound like a dumb question – but how do you dehydrate this?? Is there a special dehydrater machine??

  6. El wrote on January 4, 2012

    Looks delicious. I hope you have a happy, healthy 2012!

  7. The Healthy Apple wrote on January 4, 2012

    O My Goodness; this looks fabulous. I’m having this for a snack this afternoon with some cruditee.
    Thank you for sharing; Happy New Year!
    Keep up the great blogging in 2012!

  8. Heidi wrote on January 4, 2012

    This looks DELICIOUS!! I can’t wait to try it!

  9. Christine wrote on December 28, 2011

    Wow! Looks so good! You make such amazing recipes!


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