Nut “Parmesan” to top soups, stews, salads and more

Nut “parmesan” is a healthy, delicious, non-dairy topping for soups, stews, salads and more. I personally love to use Brazil nuts for my dose of selenium but feel free to use walnuts, pine nuts, or even cashews. Try your favorite variation and let me know how it goes.

Nut Parmesan

2 Cups nuts (Brazil, walnut or a mixture)
1-2 garlic cloves
1/4 cup nutritional yeast
1/2 t sea salt (to taste)

  1. Blend ingredients in food processor. Do not over process.*
  2. Store in mason jar in fridge. Keeps for 2-3 months.

* Over-processing will result in the fat releasing from the nuts and your mixture will stick together.

Let me know your favorite variation to nut “parmesan.” Enjoy!


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Comments 2

  1. Lisa Zastrow
    September 30, 2021

    Hi Lin,
    Loved the tips but pretty sure my clients would never buy or make the nut parmesan. Cant wait to try it tho.
    Love ya sister

    1. September 30, 2021

      then you will have to make it for them 🙂 Or just pop a couple Brazil nuts in your mouth and call it a day.

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