Recipes

Hemp milk

Hemp seeds can be used to make hemp milk – as white as dairy milk and very energising. Half a glass of this milk will give you energy for the whole day!

Ingredients:
500 ml of water
5 tbsp of hemp seeds (hulled)
7 dates (dried)
1 tsp of cinnamon or 1 tsp of vanilla

Preparation:
Put all ingredients in a blender and blend until you get a homogenous, milk-like beverage. If you do not like the small hemp seed and date particles, you can strain the mixture using a sieve. Hulled hemp seeds will blend quite nicely, whereas dates will blend easier and better if you pre-soak them.
You can be creative with this recipe depending on your preferences regarding the taste and quantity. Water and hemp seeds are the foundation, and you can adjust other ingredients as desired. To sweeten the milk, you can add a tablespoon of honey or brown sugar (you can try dark caramelised sugar or maple syrup for variety).
Salt and herbs can be added if you want a salty beverage. If hemp milk seems to be too watery, you can double the amount of seeds – this will give the beverage a very intense and strong taste.
When preparing the beverage for children, you can add a blended banana, cocoa powder, or vanilla sugar. Stir the beverage before use, as separation may occur.
Similarly, hulled hemp seeds can be substituted with unhulled hemp seeds. In such a case, soak hemp seeds overnight (pour 100 grams of unroasted seeds into a litre of water). Put the soaked seeds together with the water used for soaking them into a blender and blend until you get a milky mixture. Strain through 3–4 layers of cheesecloth. This milk will have a slightly different, a more pronounced taste of hemp.
Cheers!


This is the foundation of all our hemp products. In comparison to our other products due to outer shells, it has a higher content of insoluble fibre which promotes bowel function and produces a feeling of satiety, microminerals – magnesium, iron, potassium, and phosphorus, as well as vitamins – E, B1, B2, and B6. In addition, it contains protein and fatty acids. We recommend using whole, sprouted, or ground seeds, as a snack between meals or an addition to various dishes.

In comparison to unhulled hemp seeds, they contain more protein (30 grams of seeds contain 9.7 grams of protein), as well as omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids. Hulled seeds have a wider range of application due to their mild taste and nutty texture. We recommend using it as a snack between meals or an addition to any cooled salty or sweet dish.

It is obtained from hemp seeds using the cold pressing method allowing to preserve the biological value of oil. Content-wise it stands out due to the high amount of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids which exceeds that of other plant oils. The ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids is 1:3 which is considered to be optimal for human health. 20 g (approx. 2 tablespoons) of hemp oil provide the recommended daily intake of omega-3 and omega-6! We recommend using it by adding to salads, porridges, stews, cold sauces, healthy cocktails and other dishes.

In comparison to hulled hemp seeds, hemp protein is an even more valuable protein source – 30 grams contain approximately 15 grams (or 50%) of readily available pure protein. It is particularly recommended to rapidly growing teenagers facilitating normal growth and development, as well as athletes facilitating increase and maintenance of muscle mass. We recommend using it by adding to yoghurt, shakes, fruit and vegetable smoothies, or salads.


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