Vanilla Hemp Milk Recipe

Additive-free and without food emulsifiers, this nondairy, vegan milk alternative is easy to make and healthy to keep on-hand.

| March 2013

Hemp products

Turn hemp seeds into non-dairy, vegan milk.

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If you’re sensitive to dairy or aren’t able to find a quality source of milk, hemp milk is an excellent alternative. Soy milk, once so favored by health enthusiasts, is highly processed and uses unfermented soy beans, making it extremely taxing on your digestive system.

Hemp milk is delicious and easy to make. Use it just as you would any other flavored milk. As with many nondairy milks, the problem with buying it commercially is that it often has additives to emulsify and preserve it. Making your own gives you total control over the ingredients. Store hemp milk in the refrigerator. It keeps for about one week.

While this recipe includes 24 hours of soaking time, we’ve put it in the “everyday” category because your attention isn't required while it’s soaking.

Vanilla Hemp Milk Recipe

Makes 2 1/2 cups

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