What is a cashew?
The Cashew nut is a nut that is typically found in North America and parts of the Middle East.
The nut’s name derives from the word cashew, which means “candy.”
A number of cultures have been associated with the nuts and they have become a staple in many cultures around the world.
Cashews are a relatively inexpensive snack and can be used to make a variety of savory or sweet dishes, as well as nut-flavored beverages and nuts.