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I think you're ingesting hemp right now, san j. Is chocolate one of your superfoods? <~;

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I was just kidding with you, san j. Chocolate is one of my superfoods, however, and I do make hemp brownies on occasion. They're so good I have to limit it to very occasionally. (:

Compliant, me?!? ... I even attended a university whose mascot is one of my ◆ Superfoods!
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Thanks Conor and C.  I'm going to try this Diamond Superfood in my smoothies!  

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I am certainly going to try hemp as well! Great for my morning smoothie!  

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Victoria, I'd say the shelled hemp seeds are closer in texture to raw pine nuts, but much smaller and still softer even than pine nuts. With the shelled hemp seed, you can eat them straight from the spoon without any problem. I guess the best way to describe it is they have more of a creamy mouth feel than a crunchy one. This is what helps them blend up so well in smoothies.

A perfect description!

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My husband uses hemp seeds in his blender drinks, and when I don't have any left over meat for breakfast, I'll add them to my stirfry after I've dished it up.  My girlfriend orders the cartons by the case and then I buy a carton off of her on a regular basis.  Way cheaper than the health food store that way.

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