Chhiv Ngy, director of the Cashew Nut
Association of Kampong Thom and Santuk Cashew Cooperative, said he was optimistic that Cambodia could reach annual production target of 1 million tonnes.
In Brazil, cashew nut
oil was used to treat leprosy, while in India the cashew was used restoratively, as an appetizer, hair tonic, and aphrodisiac.
Add cashew nut
powder and mix well, cook for about 6-8 minutes on medium flame.
The hand-raised parrots, Figaro, Dolittle, Kiwi and Pipin, had to fashion a tool at least 6cm long that could be poked through a hole to dislodge a tasty piece of cashew nut
Months later, after eating a single cashew nut
, she took a severe anaphylactic reaction.
However, if you asked me, their best came last in their Chicken Cashew Nut
(Dh38) made of diced chicken, mixed capsicum and onions stir fried in sticky oyster sauce and garnished with dried chilies, cashew nuts
and spring onions.
In October, thousands of small-scale cashew nut
farmers in the southern and coastal regions of Tanzania will begin to harvest their crop and sell it to cooperative societies at an agreed price.
revenues account for some 5 percent of Tanzania's annual Gross Domestic Product, according to the Tanzania Trade Development Authority.
Several investigations have been carried out on the chemical composition and effects of different processing methods on the proximate, amino acids and fatty acid composition of cashew nut
with its lightly spiced pecans with black pepper combined with sweetened, dried cranberries and orange zest; and Sing Buri Cashew Nut
Blend is an aromatic blend of cashews glazed with soy sauce and lemongrass, dried pineapple, peanuts and sesame seed reminiscent of Thai cuisine.
shell liquid (CNSL) is a unique natural source for unsaturated long- chain phenols.
Their Christmas meal this year will be cashew nut
roast with sherry mushroom gravy.