Topic: January 18, 2019

Baking with hemp hearts

Walk into the baking or cereal section of just about any grocery store in Southern Oregon, including Food 4 Less, Albertsons, Costco or the Ashland Food Co-op, and you’ll find neat little packages of hemp hearts, the tasty inner portions of hemp seeds. Sold largely as a breakfast cereal or smoothie ingredient, hemp hearts make a tasty addition to many baked goods, including muffins, cookies and pie crusts. The first thing to know is that hemp hearts won’t get you high, because they don’t contain THC. But what they do contain is nutrition. According to the Agricultural Research Service of

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