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Nutritional yeast (also known as nooch) is known as a vegan replacement of cheese. Nooch is very easy to use and it’s an easy way to add a cheese flavor to any dish such as soups , sauces and salads.
Nooch is different than other yeasts. It does not create yeast (candida) in the body. Nutritional yeast is a source of B-vitamins, particularly B-6. 

Some food facts

  • The vitamin B will give you energy and will make your skin and hair glow and will strengthen the nails as well
  • Nutritional yeast is not supposed to be heated
  • It’s fat-free, sugar-free and gluten-free
  • Contains minerals such as selenium

  chickpeas meal

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Total Time
5 min
Total Time
5 min
  1. chickpeas
  2. tomatoes
  3. cucumber
  4. nutritional yeast / nooch ( I used Dutch ''edelgistvlokken'')
  1. The picture really speaks for itself. Place all the ingredients on a plate and sprinkle with some nooch.
  2. Add some herbs or salt and pepper if you want to.
  1. Alternatively, you can grind the flakes with some almonds to create an even more cheese like topping..
  2. Enjoy!
The Green Creator

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    March 9, 2014 at 3:31 pm

    some of your recipes are lovely but nutritional yeast is an excitotoxin and not raw x

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      March 9, 2014 at 3:37 pm

      Hi Jane! Thank you! Nope, like said it’s vegan. Have a nice day! x

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