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My thoughts: Cashew butter hasn’t been tested separately from cashews. Test with smalls amounts at a time. This one is with roasted cashews. Raw cashews are supposed to be better tolerated (maybe for amines), but cooking and very high temperatures can cause salicylates to evaporate - so worth trying either way! Between the sunflower butter and cashew butter, I hand the cashew a little better - but still limit my serving to 1-2 tablespoons max.
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