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V-70 Hemp Protein™
Uses: V-70 Hemp Protein™ makes hemp an appropriate protein for a wide set of uses for the first time. V-70 Hemp Protein™ has high water binding capacity; it is not fully water soluble but emulsifies well.
Flavor: Clean, neutral flavor – no need for expensive masking agents.
V-ONE™ Hemp Heart Oil
Uses: Food manufacturers use V-ONE™ Hemp Heart Oil anywhere they want the nutritional advantages of hemp seed oil but want a light color and flavor.
Flavor: Lightly nutty, similar to pine nuts.
Shelled Hemp Seeds
Uses: Food manufacturers use shelled hemp seeds (hearts) in granolas, nutrition bars, snacks, pesto and directly processed to make hemp milk. Use hemp hearts just about anywhere you’d use a sesame seed, pine nut, or any other nut or seed.
Flavor: Mild, nutty flavor that might best be described as a cross between a pine nut and a sesame seed.
Roasted Hemp Seeds
Uses: Roasted whole hemp seeds are used by manufacturers in granolas, nutrition bars, snacks, beer and distilled beverages – so far. We think Roasted Hemp Seeds are the sleeper of hemp — an untapped creative opportunity!
Flavor: A small but satisfying crunch and nuttier flavor than raw makes them a unique ingredient that fits well with many foods
Cold Pressed Hemp Seed Oil
Uses: Cold Pressed Hemp Seed Oil fits anywhere you use extra virgin olive oil or want to boost your Omega 3’s: dressings, pesto, smoothies. And the smoke point is just 20 degrees Flower than EVOO. Pressed at below 130F and retaining all of its vitamins and minerals, Cold-Pressed Hemp Seed Oil brings both flavor and exceptional nutrition.
Flavor: Earthy, grassy.
Uses: Use Hemp Protein at 23%, 33% or 50% protein anywhere you would use a protein powder or superfood flour: smoothies, baking (tortillas, cornbread, pancakes, brownies), pasta, and pesto.
Flavor: Earthy, nutty.