Nutritional yeast is specifically cultivated as a food crop for use as a nutritional supplement and to add flavor to foods. It’s an inactive yeast so unlike baking yeast, it doesn’t make food rise. And it’s not the same as Brewers Yeast, which is a by-product of making beer.
A Vegan Staple: Called many names, including Nooch, Hippie Dust, Nutritional Yeast.
Portobello Tomato Nooch Soup Ⓥ
You may or may not find nutritional yeast at your typical grocery store, but you should be able to find it at your local natural food store – It's also available in bulk depending on your local store.
Is nooch already a staple in your diet? If so, how do you use it?
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Partial information has been referenced: eat2run.com
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