GV comments: I don't have an absolute favorite vegan Parmesan recipe, so I provided three choices. "Yup, It's Vegan" uses hemp seeds as the base. Minimalist Baker calls for raw cashews. Vegan Richa provides a list of nuts and seeds that you might experiment with. They all call for a similar proportion of base-to-nutritional yeast, but you can increase it to taste (I've seen recipes that call for twice as much as these recipes do). Vegan Richa adds spicing beyond salt and garlic powder, and I like what she does, but, again, you might want to try one or more of these recipes to find your favorite. It is wonderful to have vegan Parmesan for recipes and for sprinkling on pasta dishes. The great part about it is that it's whole-food, unprocessed, with lower fat than regular Parmesan. Buon Appetito!
Timing: About 5 minutes. Hooray!
Nutrition: Whole-food unprocessed