National Cashew Day
It doesn’t matter what you call it. The cashew is a true delight of nature. Although it does require some care, as with all good things, cashew nuts are delicious once you’re done harvesting and roasting them. National Cashew Day invites you to enjoy this delicious seed in all its many forms.
Let’s begin by saying that cashew trees can grow to be very large. The largest cashew tree in the world is located in Natal, Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil). It covers over 81,000 square feet and has a canopy that spans nearly 1.8 acres. This tree is almost 70 times larger than a regular cashew tree. This tree is truly a giant dedicated to providing cashew nuts for the people of the globe. Cashews can be used in many different ways, including toppings for ice-cream and rich creamy nut butter.
For a quick snack, they can be roasted and salted. They are often added to cookies. Research has shown that this amazing seed can be used to treat depression if you eat two tablespoons per day. National Cashew Day was created to encourage people to enjoy this delicious, crunchy nut in any way they want.
Start your day by buying a container cashew butter. Then, start your day with toast topped with this delicious spread. Keep a few cashews in your car so you can munch throughout the day. These cashews can be added to salads or sprinkled on ice cream for dessert. Are you unable to think of other ways to enjoy cashews Perhaps it’s time for some cashew-themed feasting with friends! Delicious food with friends is the best!