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Hemp or Cannabis sativa is a top ten Superfood according to many of the experts in food science today. Think of Cannabis sativa like kale (red russian, leaf, dino), there are many varieties (hemp, indica, sativa, or hybrids) which have different variations of nutrients.
Kale Slaw: Massage kale with salt and olive oil. Add sliced carrots, shredded cabbage, celery, mushrooms, cucumber, avocado, broccoli, hummus, dijon mustard, safflower oil, flax seeds. Pumpkin seeds, and hemp seeds.
Fermented Carrots: Slice carrots and fill a Mason jar. Mix 1 tablespoon of sea salt for every cup of water, cover your carrots, apply lid and let sit for 2 weeks in your cupboard. When you like the taste put them in the fridge to store.
Purple Sauerkraut: Shred purple cabbage and fill a big bowl. Mix 1 tablespoon on salt for every cup of cabbage and work it in with your hands. Add to a Mason jar, weight the cabbage down so its covered with liquid brine and lid it. Let sit in cupboard for two weeks, when you like the taste move it in the fridge to store.
For this recipe we mixed 1 Cup of chickpea flour (garbanzo bean flour) with half a cup of tapioca flour (or arrowroot flour) a little bit of Himalayan sea salt and when cup + of water
on Fynn’s I added peanut butter and hemp seeds (he loves it this way)
on mine I added hummus, parsley salsa and spinach
Todays scones taste so good and despite the comments I may get for drinking out of bowls, having a dirty kitchen and city apartment, I have decided to take this opportunity to show the importance of imperfection. As moms were super busy, for us running our own business or in school it can be tough...