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What kind of hemp seeds should you buy?
Hulled Hemp Seeds, sometimes called hemp hearts, is the entire hemp seed with the crunchy outer shell removed. Removing the shell makes the hemp hearts more nutritious, as it increases the percentage of protein and essential fatty acids.
Toasted Hemp Seeds are whole hemp seeds that are roasted in high temperatures for a varied length of time. This results in a popcorn-like snack that makes it easy to eat.
Hemp Seed Protein Powder and Flour are great to add to smoothies and baked goods.
Hemp Seed Butter is hand-crafted in small batches to preserve it's rich nutty flavor.
Hemp Seed Coffee is the perfect blend of coffee and hemp seeds roasted to perfection
All-Natural Hemp Skincare is made from hemp seed oil, so they pack fantastic nutrition to improve your skin.
Where do the best hemp seeds are from?
For good edible hemp seed, Canada is known to be the best quality. Not only because of the taste of the hemp strain that the Canadian farmers use but also because of the strict restrictions that the Canadian government enforces.
Canadian farmers are only allowed to use hemp seed varieties that are listed under Health Canada’s List of Approved Cultivars. All hemp seeds from Canada are non-GMO verified, which means the seeds are not genetically modified. Canadian farmers also don’t use pesticides when farming hemp.
Watch out for Chinese hemp seed products that are starting to flood the market. Chinese hemp producers aren’t regulated as strictly as Canadian farmers. All our hemp seed products are made from hemp grown in Canada.
The market is full of Chinese hemp seeds that aren’t grown under restricted rules as those from USA, Canada, and Europe. For the ultimate quality, you need to double check the labels before the purchase.
How do I know that I'm getting quality hemp products?
We pride ourselves on only using the highest quality hemp seeds grown in Canada. Our products have been tested to be fresh with a very low spore and mold counts. Many lower priced hemp products are old and barely pass safety protocols for salmonella, spores, mold, and containment. We only use hemp seeds that have been tested to be safe and clean. If you want the best hemp seeds for yourself and your family, always buy from Hippie Butter.
What does hemp seed taste like?
Hemp Seeds have a delicious nutty taste that could be compared to unflavored sunflower seeds and walnuts, but with a much smoother & creamy texture.
Hemp Seed Protein Powder, unlike whey, typically does not come in a variety of flavors. It’s original flavor essentially has no additive mixed in. Hemp protein powders have a bit of a nutty taste that you might have to get used to.
How Much Hemp Seeds Should I Eat?
Now that you know how good hemp seeds are for your body, you need to figure out how much to eat. Like most seeds, a tablespoon or two a day of seeds or seed meal is all that is necessary. While hemp seeds have a low ratio of Omega-6 to Omega-3 fatty acids, at 3:1, they are still comparatively high in polyunsaturated fat. As such, we suggest that hemp seed consumption should be balanced with saturated and monounsaturated fats, found in coconut, nuts and even animal products.
Just a tablespoon of hemp seeds each day is enough to give a flavorful crunch and pack a nutritional wallop for our diets. When eating hemp seeds in moderation, we cannot lose.
Best Ways To Eat Hemp Seeds
Eating hulled hemp seeds, or hemp hearts, is as easy as sprinkling a spoonful or two into smoothies or on top of your favorite cereal, salads, or yogurt. People with gluten sensitivity can use hemp seed flour as a substitute for breadcrumbs to coat chicken or fish.
Just like you can blend nuts and water to make a variety of nut milks, you can do the same with hemp seeds to make hemp seed milk, which you can then use as an alternative to milk in drinks and baking. Hemp seeds also make a great substitute for people with ground and tree nut allergies—you can dry-toast them over low heat to bring out even more nutty flavor.
- Eat raw as a snack
- Mix into your smoothie
- Sprinkle on top of cereal, salads, yogurt, or even oatmeal
- Substitute hemp flour for breadcrumbs to coat chicken or fish
- Blend with cold water to make hemp seed milk
- Ground hemp seed to use it as a condiment
- Toasted hemp seeds can be eaten like popcorn
How to Store Hemp Seed Products
Once open, put the package or its contents in an airtight container and refrigerate or freeze it to extend the shelf life. Once opened, you can expect a bag of hemp seeds to last for about a year in the refrigerator or freezer. If you keep a package in your pantry, however, that shelf life will be more like 3 to 4 months. If you give your bag of seeds a sniff and they smell rancid, toss them. When in doubt, throw them out.
Fun Fact - Birds Love Hemp Seeds, Too
Pour a few handfuls of whole hemp seeds into your outdoor feeder or just scatter them on the lawn to have the most popular yard on the block! You can mix hemp seeds into your existing bird feed blend to attract a wider variety of species, or just put it out by itself. Tip - Grosbeaks and Cardinals in particular love to eat hemp seeds.