Saturday 22 October 2022

Do You Know Cashew Milk? – Part 1 - Food 27

Have you seen the cashew tree?

Do you use any part of this plant?



Image 1- Creamy cashew milk

If you answer yes, then what part and what is the purpose?

From some sources, we know that cashew plant originates from Brazil, then spreading to the countries along the equator line and the other tropical areas that have good:

- soil
- temperature
- and the length of sunlight for this plan to grow.



Image 2- Two kids to play game, Just for illustration

The plants can reach between 26 – 50 feet (or 8 to 15 m) in height. A quite tall plant.



Image 3- The cashew milk is thicker than dairy whole milk and soy milk

Cashew (from word Caju) belongs to Anacardiaceae family, and the species Anacardium occidentale is most commercial plant.

Interestingly, people in our state, Louisiana can use any part from the cashew plants for multiple purposes.

From a cashew tree, people use almost all its properties: leaves, barks, seeds, shell of seeds.

# To be continued to part 2

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13 comments:

  1. Thanks for this interesting post.

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  2. I love Cashew nuts, they are splendid.

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  3. Pues en leche nunca lo probé, ni sabía que existía. Gracias por compartir. Buen fin de semana.

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  4. Gracias por la ilustración sobre esta planta y sus beneficios. Saludos. Carlos

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  5. Gosto de caju :)
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    Beijos, bom fim de semana!

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  6. I thought cashew was from Hawaii. Thanks for the new facts today

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  7. No uno nada del anacardo.
    Lo probaré.
    Saludos.

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