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Pi Pie – gluten-free, vegan, delicious, and covered in Pi — 2 Comments

  1. I have made cashew cheese with unsoaked cashews before, but it always comes out with little pieces of cashews that don”t process all the way. It”s ok if you want something like ricotta, but not so great for a creamy filling. But usually when I do it they soak for maybe three hours, or I put them in hot water for about 20-30 minutes. It works fine

    • It may depend on what blender you are using. I haven’t had that particular problem, especially if I blend the cashews first, then work on the rest of a recipe (while the tiny blended pieces of cashews sit in the liquid that they were blended with, which they absorb quickly because they have been blended down to tiny bits), and then re-blend the cashews again right before I use them.

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