Hemp milk

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Hemp milk, or hemp seed milk, is a plant milk made from hemp seeds that are soaked and ground in water, yielding a beany-nutty cream-flavored substance. There are various options available for sale including organic, non-GMO, and conventional: unsweetened, original, vanilla, and chocolate flavored.


Production of hemp milk requires hemp seeds, water, and a blender. Many recipes call for ground vanilla or vanilla extract to add more flavor, and a type of sweetener. Once all ingredients are blended together some people pour the product over a cheesecloth and strainer to get a smoother and more refined milky texture. The straining process is optional. Finally, the milk must be refrigerated and used within seven days, because of the absence of preservatives.


In a 100 ml (gram, g) serving, hemp milk provides 46 calories from 3 g of carbohydrates, 3 g of fat and 2 g of protein.[1] Hemp milk contains no micronutrients in significant content.[1]


  1. ^ a b "Hemp Milk (Hemp Bliss original flavor; custom analysis) per 100 ml (g)". Nutritiondata.com. Conde Nast. 2014. Retrieved 19 May 2016.