Today is National Cashew Day! Whether you like them plain, salted, roasted, or coated in sugar, cashews are a delicious treat! Although cashews are popular in Thai, Indian, and Chinese cuisines, they are actually native to Brazil. They have also been widely cultivated in India and Africa ever since...
Did you know that parts of the cashew tree can be used for medicinal and manufacturing purposes? Acid from the cashew nutshells is effective in healing tooth abscesses and the tree’s seeds can be ground up into a powder and used as an antivenom for snake bites. The oil...
National Cashew Day is observed on November 23, 2014. The cashew is a tree in the family Anacardiaceae which produces a seed that is harvested as the cashew nut. The cashew nut is a popular snack and food source.
Cashews, unlike other oily tree nuts, contain starch to about 10% of their weight. This makes them more effective than other nuts in thickening water-based dishes such as soups, meat stews, and some Indian milk-based desserts. Many Southeast Asian and south Asian cuisines use cashews for this unusual characteristic,...
A popular snacking and party nut is celebrated each year on November 23 on National Cashew Day. – The cashew nut is a seed that is harvested from the cashew tree. Northeastern Brazil was the original native home to the cashew tree however, it is now widely grown in...
Celebrate this day by eating cashews. Eat them any way you like: plain or salted, as a snack or in a recipe. Eating them is all there is to participating in National Cashew Day We believe that this day will truely be all that’s its cracked up to be....
The funny thing about cashews is that they grow on the end of an “accessory fruit.” Far from being the latest thing you should be seen wearing this season, this false fruit called the cashew apple resembles an inverted heart and bears the actual boxing-glove shaped cashew “seed,” known...
Cashews make a wonderful snack. They also work well in recipes. One of the healthier nuts and one of the most popular, this nut is botanically a seed. A false fruit or accessory fruit know as a cashew apple grows and ripens to a yellow or red. The “apple” is edible...
National Cashew Day is one of many national food and drink days. National Cashew Day was created to show recognition and promote awareness of Cashew. National Cashew Day is on November 23 of every year.
Cashews have always enjoyed a special place on the festive platter. And with November 23, being marked as National Cashew Day in America, it’s a good reason to find out more about this nutty ingredient that has so many avatars – used in sweets, fried as a salty, savoury...
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