Hemp milk

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-flavored cream substance. There are various options available for 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 for the product over a cheesecloth and strainer to get a smoother and more refined milky texture. The straining process is optional.

Coffee culture

In coffee drinks , hemp milk is Said to Produce better latte art and to-have a texture more like cow’s milk, soy milk Compared To. [1]

Nutrition and safety

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 . [2] Hemp milk contains no micronutrients in significant content. [2] Although there is limited use of soy milk or allergies . [3]


  1. Jump up^ Pink Tosti (February 28, 2011), “Hip Hemp at Neptune Coffee in Greenwood” , Seattle Weekly
  2. ^ Jump up to:b “Milk Hemp (original flavor flavor, custom analysis) per 100 ml (g)” . Nutritiondata.com . Conde Nast. 2014 . Retrieved 19 May 2016 .
  3. Jump up^ Myrna Chandler Goldstein and Mark A. Goldstein MD (2009), Food and Nutrition Controversies Today: A Reference Guide , ABC-CLIO, p. 162, ISBN  9780313354038