How to make Almond Cheese!

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It’s Sunday morning! Did you soak your nuts last night? I did! I put a cup of almonds in water. When I woke up I searched the web for a good recipe and got to work. Thanks to Rawmazing for the instructions. Also thanks to The Shiksa in the Kitchen for the tip on how to remove almond skins!

This is our first time making this. I can’t wait to see how it’ll turn out.

UPDATE: Don’t use the dehydrator. It makes the cheese crumbly and dry! It’s perfect after setting in the fridge for a few hours!

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8 thoughts on “How to make Almond Cheese!

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