Thank you for cashews and their creamy goodness and more importantly, thank you for the kind, loving, and thoughtful people over at Forager Project for creating Cashewgurt. -Amen
We could stop the post right there but we wouldn’t be singing the praises of our latest foodie find, Forager Project Cashewgurt, enough.
For reasons we have detailed many times we try to limit our dairy intake as much as possible. That meant cutting out one of our favorite snacks, yogurt. This really sucked because we kinda had a good thing going with granola’s best friend. However due to the negative impacts of dairy on the body we decided to give up yogurt. Then with the rise of the health craze we started seeing different dairy-free yogurt alternatives hit the shelves in our favorite stores. As you could imagine we grabbed as many brands as we could and tried them out and to our dismay, just about all of them were disappointments. That is until we found Cashewgurt.
Forager Project Cashewgurt uses organic cashews to produce a yogurt alternative that is rich in probiotic goodness. All of their plant-based products are certified organic, non-GMO, free of lactose, gluten and soy and are kosher. Best of all, it isn’t too runny and they aren’t packed with ingredients you can’t read or understand. Oh, and no bad aftertaste (we’ve had those experiences with other dairy-free yogurts).
Forager was created by a father and stepson, Stephen and JC, who share a passion for organic, plant-based, delicious food. And their passion certainly comes out in each of the Cashewgurts seven flavors. Thanks to Forager Project gone are the days without yogurt. Be sure to visit http://foragerproject.com/products/ to find a store that carries the creamy goodness near you.