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After finding that nowhere in New Zealand has vegan parmesan in stock I decided to make my own and it tastes great! Just only use when serving or for ingredients. If it's left on a moist dish as a garnish it tends to make the yeast soggy.


  1. Grind the almonds into a fine powder using a coffee, nut, or spice grinder (a food processor works, but it takes longer. A hand blender does not work for grinding almonds.).
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This doesn't take exactly like parm, but it's awesome to put over italian-style meals for added flavor. Thanks so much!

Three Kids Make Me Crazy December 15, 2008

This is really nice tasting, and so much healthier for you than the real thing! I used a coffee grinder to grind the almonds. Used this over pasta and also in Roasted Garlic Basil Pesto. Worked out great both times. Thanks! Made for Aussie/Kiwi Swap #19.

Enjolinfam August 16, 2008

Easy and so good for you, not to mention yummy! I used this over stuffed peppers last night, and will use my smoothies too! Thanks!!

Sharon123 February 22, 2008