Almond parmesan has been a great find for me and I think you’ll find it the same for you too. Did you know that almonds are the most alkalizing nut. An alkaline (vs. acidic) system will help keep your system functioning at its peak. Almonds are also balancing, very nourishing, and contain high levels of potassium and vitamin E. In fact, nine almonds contain all the vitamin E you need for the day. Add in some nutritional yeast, garlic powder, a little sea salt and you have yourself a nice healthy topping. And it’s so easy to make too. It will add tons of flavor to your salads, soups, pasta’s and so much more! Sprinkle away…
- 1 cup raw almonds (either with skins or without)*
- 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1/2 teaspoon or so mineral salt
Place all ingredients in food processor/blender and process until your desired consistency. That’s it…it’s ready to sprinkle on soups, pasta’s, salads, pizza, even sandwiches may benefit from a sprinkle or two!
Store in an air tight container in the fridge or pantry, will last up to a couple months if you have it around that long. Will last longer in the fridge.
* Using almonds without the skin will give a lighter color. I use with the skins here but feel free to try without.
Cooking with almonds? Here are some ideas to get you started.
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