Hemp milk

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Hemp milk with hemp seeds.

Hemp milk is a type of plant milk. It is made by soaking hemp seeds in water and then blending it with the water and optional flavours. It is thought to be more similar to cow milk than other plant milks. It only lasts a few days compared to other milks.[1]

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  1. Benhaim, Paul (2003). A Modern Introduction to Hemp: From Food to Fibre : Past, Present and Future. Raw With Life. ISBN 978-0-9751482-0-4.