Mylk Cashews

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Mylk cashews are in other words pieces of cashews, which are perfect for making vegetable milk, sauce, raw cake, vegan cheese etc. Mylk cashews simply need to be soaked in water. Because the pieces are small, it takes less time to soak than large nuts. One hour is enough. After soaking, the pieces need to be rinsed thoroughly and then they can be made into your favorite vegetable milk or other delicious food. Read the description of the benefits of cashew nuts below.

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Description

Cashews are crunchy and delicately sweet nuts that are valued around the world for their taste and health. They are also high in protein and rich in vitamin B complex and important minerals such as iron, selenium and zinc.

Cashew nuts also contain compounds called proanthocyanidins, which have the ability to starve tumors and stop cancer cells from dividing. These delicious nuts are also useful in lowering blood pressure, preventing gallstones, reducing the frequency of migraines, increasing energy, strengthening bones and are also excellent contributions to the skin and hair. Cashews have a lower fat content than most other nuts and contain high levels of oleic acid, which is a healthy monounsaturated fat for the heart and is great for the cardiovascular system.
Cashew nuts are also great for the nervous system and are known to help relax muscles and nerves and relieve tension and contractions. They can also help the body become more flexible and contribute to the elasticity of muscles and joints.
Cashew nuts are also good for general eye health and contain a bioflavonoid called zeaxanthin, which helps prevent age-related macular degeneration.
These pieces of cashew nuts are for making milk, vegetable sauces, cakes and other recipes.
Storage conditions
Keep cashews at room temperature, away from direct sunlight.
No salt or other additives are added to Centralsun cashew nuts.
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