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Some Great Ways To Use Hemp Seed Oil in Food

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In our previous blogs we have already stated you about the benefits hemp has to offer us, from helping us to repair our damaged skin to maintaining our diet hemp has acted as an ultimate savior. 

Today we have come to state some of the great ways of how you can use hemp seed oil in various meals you have.

Ways to use Hemp oil in your food 

You are already aware of the many benefits hemp based products offer; now let’s see how you can use hemp seed oil in your food. 

  • As frying oil 

While deep frying in hemp oil is not at all a good idea, you can use hemp oil to sauté your veggies, chicken, and meat food items.

It should be fine to cook eggs in it too. Hemp oil also makes a great dressing for boiled eggs and roast veggies. 

  1. Rinse finely-chopped cabbage with warm water.
  2. Heat up hemp oil (solo or mixed with olive/avocado oil) in a pan.
  3. Toss the cabbage into the pan once the oil is warm.
  4. Add salt, pepper, coriander to taste.
  5. Keep the flame on low at all times.
  6. Serve when light brown.
  • Scrambled Eggs with hemp seed oil 
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  1. Whisk 3-4 eggs in a bowl.
  2. Add milk, salt, pepper, coriander, etc. to taste.
  3. Heat up hemp oil (solo or mixed with olive/avocado oil) in a pan.
  4. Toss the whisked eggs into the pan once the oil is warm.
  5. Keep the flame on low at all times.
  6. Serve when light brown.
  • Yum Smoothies 
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A little untraditional but oh, so nutritional! Adding a bit of hemp oil in your smoothies is a great way to power punches your drinks with essential nutrients. Smoothies usually have a strong taste and texture so they easily mask the strong odor and flavor of unrefined hemp oil.

  1. Add peeled banana, oats/cereal, sugar/jaggery, and other fruits to a blender.
  2. Add 100-150ml of milk.
  3. Add 2 tbsp. of hemp oil.
  4. Blend until smooth.
  • Salads
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Hemp oil is the healthiest salad dressing ever. Yes, better than lime. Using hemp oil in salads is a wonderful as it bypasses any exposure to heat and you get the nutrients in their purest forms.

  1. Finely chop desired vegetables.
  2. Add boiled/sprouted beans.
  3. Add salt and lemon to taste.
  4. Pour 2 tbsp. of hemp oil.
  5. Mix well and serve fresh.
  • In Baked Goods
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Baking with hemp oil makes healthy desserts and snacks possible. It is absolutely safe to use a little hemp oil while baking bread, cookies, cakes, or brownies. But it gets a little tricky because baking requires a lot of heat. The key here is to use just a tad bit of hemp oil—to get the nutrients and that nutty taste—and use other vegetable or nut oils such as olive, coconut, or avocado in larger proportion.

When cooking hemp oil, it’s essential to keep a few things in mind. First, hemp oil has a low smoke point, so it’s best to use it for low-heat cooking methods like sautéing and baking. 

Terpenes included in hemp oil give recipes more flavor and therapeutic advantages. But the oil breaks down at a lower temperature than other cooking oils. Hemp oil must always be used without direct heat exposure or boiled at low temperatures. 

These recipes are just a few examples of how hemp is used in the kitchen. When it comes to using this heart-healthy, skin-balancing, plant-based ingredient in your cooking, the sky’s the limit. 

Whatever recipe you choose, your body and overall health will benefit.

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