Hemp Hearts Review

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We all uses seasoning for making just about everything. Hemp Hearts are just another add on to your food or you can eat them straight out of the bag. I love seasoning and love anything that can can take my food and my cooking to the next level. There’s no need to grind the seed as they are ready to eat straight from the bag. Hemp Hearts™ make it easy to add omegas, protein & fiber straight into your diet. Hemp Seeds are almost like a softer nut but still have a little bit of a crunch.   

Great Recipe for Hemp Seeds:

Coconut Lime Smashed Potatoes


  • 2 pounds yukon gold potatoes
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 2 tablespoon Hemp hearts
  • ½ teaspoon Mountain Rock Salt
  • 1 ½ tablespoon lime juice
  • ½ teaspoon store bought chipotle puree (or finely ground chili pepper flakes as a substitute)


  • Peel and clean each potatoes and cut each into 6 pieces (try to make the same size).
  • In a large pot, cover potatoes with cold water and add a generous pinch of salt. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat, placing a lid on the pot. Allow them to simmer for 15-20 minutes.
  • Once potatoes are cooked (use a fork to make sure center is soft), drain and put back into pot.
  • Add coconut oil to potatoes and smash them with a potato masher. Don’t over mash as the idea is to keep them chunky.
  • Add in all other ingredients and continue to smash until mixed.
 Sponsor Information:
 Founded in 1998, Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods actually started much earlier. Company co-founders aligned with farmers and academics in the early 1990’s to create the Manitoba Hemp Alliance. In 1995, the Alliance successfully secured government permission and funding to plant hemp trials. The experimental trials helped alleviate misconceptions regarding industrial hemp, gained government support, and caught the interest of the trade. By the time the government act forbidding hemp crops was up for renewal in 1998, there was plenty of evidence to support why industrial hemp should be legalized in Canada. Manitoba Harvest was born immediately after industrial hemp was legalized.  The company started small. The focus clear - manufacture the highest quality hemp food products while educating people on the nutritional benefits of hemp foods. Fresh hemp oil and shelled hemp seeds were sold at local retailers and farmer’s markets. Through grassroots marketing, Manitoba Harvest grew and in 2001 was preparing its first shipment to the United States. At the same time the United States Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) began a campaign to make sales of hemp foods illegal in the United States. The Hemp Industries Association (HIA), along with hemp food companies – including Manitoba Harvest, took the DEA to court. Three years later HIA and its allies won.

The three year ban and court battle was a major hurdle that slowed, but did not deter Manitoba Harvest’s growth. To support hemp foods launch in the United States, Manitoba Harvest’s CEO hit the road conducting small in-store demos, exhibiting at consumer events and educating anyone who would listen. Today, Manitoba Harvest is the largest vertically integrated hemp food manufacturer in the world.
Manitoba Harvest controls every aspect of the production process. From sourcing crops, to food processing to packaging and distribution, Manitoba Harvest holds itself to the highest operational standards. Manitoba Harvest partners direct with hemp farmers to source the raw, non-genetically modified hemp seed. The pre-screened farmers deliver direct to Manitoba Harvest’s facility, creating a closed-loop sourcing system. Products are made fresh in-house at Manitoba Harvest’s state-of-the-art kosher and organic certified* facility. Manitoba Harvest also goes through voluntary audits and certifications to ensure we lead the market in quality assurance.
Based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Manitoba Harvest’s market reach extends across North America, Europe and Asia. Manitoba Harvest strives to manufacture the highest quality hemp food products, to educate on the nutritional & environmental benefits of hemp, and to support sustainability in all that they do.

Usage: 09/10
9 out of 10 Stars

Texture: 09/10
9 out of 10 Stars

Smell: 10/10
10 out of 10 Stars

Over All Effectiveness:  09/10
9 out of 10 Stars

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  I received the product for my opinion and  did not received any other compensation. My opinion is of my own and there for may differ from your own.

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