The cashew was first discovered by Europeans in Brazil around 1558. Because of the irritating shells, they were thought to be inedible at first. Over time, there was a realization that it was the fruit skin, not the irritating seeds. It was the local native tribe, the Tupi-Indians, that showed the Europeans otherwise. Consequently, the Portuguese were shown to roast the cashews to get the irritant off. Cashew nuts made their way to Burkina Faso and other parts of West Africa through trade routes in the late 19th century.
Cashew Nuts are known for their delicate, buttery flavour with a mild sweetness. They have a satisfying crunch and a subtle earthiness that sets them apart from other varieties. These cashews are a perfect balance of richness and nuttiness.
Cashew Nuts are perfect for snacking, but they also complement a variety of dishes. Try adding them to your favourite salads for extra texture and flavour. For a delectable treat, pair them with a slice of creamy Brie cheese.
To keep Cashew Nuts fresh and flavourful, store them in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. Avoid exposure to heat and sunlight, which can affect their quality.
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