Using hemp seeds in your food is just like using most nuts or seeds. It is a beautiful addition to cereal or chia puddings. Hemp seeds add protein and nutrients with little effort. Just like many other nuts, hemp seeds can be blended into a milk, added to a salad, or eaten right out of the jar! They are a convenient substitute for those with nut allergies, and some might argue an all round better choice!
These super seeds in terms of nutrition: They’re filled with essential fatty acids and protein. And don’t forget about the vitamins and minerals, too — hemp seed is a great source of magnesium, zinc, and iron, and also offers some potassium phosphorus, and calcium, which are all necessary for normal body function and development
For maximum freshness, opened hemp products and ingredients should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
We recommend hemp Hearts to be refrigerated after opening to protect hemp’s precious omegas.
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Steel-Cut Oats With Blackberries And Hemp Seeds
Bring oats, salt, and ¾ cup water to a boil in a small saucepan. Reduce heat and simmer, stirring occasionally, until oats are tender (15–20 minutes). Top oats with blackberries and hemp seeds, then drizzle with nut or soy milk.