How to make cashew nuts from scratch: What to know

cashew seeds can be grown for a long time in the US, but they are a good source of calories.

But they’re a very high in sugar and fat.

You can buy cashew seed pods, which are available at grocery stores, for about $5.

But the seeds are not as nutritious as you might expect.

Here’s how to make them yourself.

1.

Heat a pot over medium-high heat.

Put the seeds in the pot.

They’ll take about 5 minutes to cook and then pop up out of the pot and float to the surface.

2.

Add a teaspoon of oil to the pot (or you can use a vegetable peeler).

3.

Heat the oil until it begins to shimmer.

4.

Add the cashew pods.

5.

Cook for another 10 minutes, or until the pods have softened and are soft.

6.

Remove the pods from the pot, and let them cool.

7.

Once the cashews are cool, peel them off the pods.

You want to use a sharp knife, so cut into the pods with a small blade, then slice them up. 8.

Use a spatula to loosen the skin and seeds from the pods, and discard the skin.

9.

Put a handful of cashew paste on top of the pods and spread them out in a circle.

Then, roll the pod around the surface of the pan to form a circle, about 1/4-inch thick.

10.

Then remove the pod and peel the skins off.

Then put the pods back into the pot over high heat.

11.

Add another tablespoon of oil.

12.

Cook the caschets for another 15 minutes, until the skins are soft and crisp.

13.

Remove from the heat.

14.

Put in a bowl, and cover with a lid to keep it from getting too hot.

15.

Cool the cashets for 10 minutes before serving. 16. Enjoy!