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  1. kelli

    right!=) looks great! macs are too expensive around here so i use cashews for my cheeze. xo

  2. Alexis @ There She Goes

    this is wild! was it good?

  3. Jess:cheshirekitykat

    deception and lies! deception and lies!

  4. Vaala ◪

    Yummy…but deception and lies!!! :P

    Okay, not really deception and lies but I just really wanted to say that. Oh, and my friends always laugh about how I call something cheeze with a z. Actually, they laugh when I say I’m serving something with cheeze in the title at all…okay, they don’t laugh but they do get confused which is why I try to accentuate the z which normally just ends up with me looking stupid.

  5. Simply Life

    wow, very impressive challenge to take on and looks like you did it successfully!

  6. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    I want to eat this with a spoon :)

  7. Kath Lockett

    I’m ashamed to say that I don’t know what ‘tamari’ is (hangs head in shame, goes off to look for chocolate)……

  8. Joyti

    It sounds like a good dip, with that list of ingredients…

  9. jaye

    MmM totally up for this one! I love that lemon is the key in this one instead of being in the name. mMmMmacadamias!

  10. Hedda

    You’re fabulous. Just quietly :) I so so can’t wait to share an office with you again. I miss you :(

  11. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Oh wow, this is kind of blowing my mind. When we can finally realise the whole reach into a computer for a taste of things I think this should be the first post. Because now I an desperately curious to try it!

  12. Louise

    I was wondering where the citrus was in something entitled Raw Vegan Nacho Cheese. But I’m always willing to give you a bit of latitude, and I think you did a brilliant take on this. It does look intriguing. Can’t wait to see what you do with the rest of the year.

  13. Johanna GGG

    what a great citrus recipe – I love seeing what others come up with – just shows how differently we all think – phew – how dull if everyone thought like me! I am still battling with raw brownies but am fascinated by vegan cheeze sauces so must bookmark this

  14. Kayla

    This is really cool! I’ve never had vegan cheeze before, and I never would have thought of making cheeze from nuts and lemon. Haha..Nuts are always good, and I can’t get enough of them too. Seems like I have a new vegetable dip for the next party. How I wish I read this post yesterday! I could have made this for the barbie that I had earlier on.

  15. Lauren

    The things I learn on food blogs. Just yesterday, I learned how to make pancakes with a packet of oatmeal, baking powder and an egg. You are performing a public service!

  16. hungryandfrozen

    WOW! One day when macadamias magically go on special, I shall try this. I do have a whole bunch of almonds, but I suspect they don’t have the creamy-nutty thing going on that this needs. To be honest I’ve never once tried anything called “Nacho Cheese” so I just know I’d be happy with this on its own terms. And you made it look gorgeous! And there’s no dehydrator or coconut oil or other difficult thing involved! :D and well done on subverting the citrus theme!

  17. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    how delightful! And I have half a pkt of macadamias in my cupboard that need to be used too!

  18. sara

    hm, quite interesting. I don’t know if it compares to real cheese, but it still looks really good!

  19. ella @ lifeologia

    I was with you till the end.
    This is SO interesting I don’t believe you – I will have to get some of those nuts and the challenge is on ;D

  20. GirlonRaw

    YUMMY! You finally made a raw vegan cheese and this one looks terrific! Interesting that it didn’t have any nutritional/savoury yeast in it which is very typical of Ani I think (meaning her recipes are very uncomplicated yet tasty). This is one I’ve yet to try, and I love your idea of it being over the top of veggie noodles!

  21. Michelle

    Love the post and I am going to try this!

  22. Agnes

    Um.

  23. Tammy

    I feel neither deceived or lied to. It looks amazing but half a tub in a sitting? That will put a boost in your waddle.

  24. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    It actually looks more like hummus than cheeze in your pictures! Not that there’s anything at all wrong with that, of course.

    It looks yummy, but hmm, I have a bone to pick (not very vegan of me, I know) with the “nacho” moniker. No cheeze (or anything else) can/should be called “nacho” if it doesn’t include chili powder, or at least a dash of cumin. Then again, I guess I’m kind of a Mexi-snob.

    Anyway, you could also cut down on the water a tad and add half a red bell pepper or so. Extra color + flavor!

  25. Evan Thomas

    I’ve been wanting to make a spicy “cheeze” sauce. This could be perfect for Superbowl Sunday(I won’t even be watching, but I’ll be happy to eat)

  26. Leigh

    You crack me up. What the #$%???

  27. foodie and the chef

    Oh wow this looks sooo good… I’m so naughty around macadamias though, the little gobble monster in me takes over and I can’t stop myself. I will have to make this and give it to a trusted friend to guard. Great recipe, I’m sure it would keep quite well in the fridge too (no major perishables).

  28. penny aka jeroxie

    Can’t believe that I missed this! awesome. love using tahini as a replacement.

  29. Iron Chef Shellie

    lol nice take on the theme…. me feels like doritos now :P

  30. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    oh my goodness, this rocks!
    Heidi xo

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