Anytime my mother made me waffles for breakfast, she accompanied it with a nice cold glass of vitamin d milk over ice. It was creamy, medium-bodied, solid white and delicious. Not at all like that wimpy 2% stuff I saw kids at school drink out of miniature cartons. This was the real deal and it was made to make me strong.
Fast forward twenty years later, I know that dairy can do everything to the human body except make it healthy and strong. And what we call milk, is simply liquid bovine growth hormones.
Without making any attempts to take down the dairy industry, let’s just say that dairy consumption may create symptoms in some people’s bodies that can contribute to degenerative disease. If you would like help trying to see if there are things in your diet that may need to be eliminated, we suggest exploring alternatives and try to avoid dairy to see if you notice any positive changes. And, if you are craving a creamy, cold, delicious beverage to accompany your fluffy waffles, reach for our easy, nut and gluten-free hemp milk recipe.
Hemp is regarded as one of the most nutritionally dense and medicinally beneficial plants in the world. Although just a few short years ago it was taboo to discuss anything related to hemp, cannabis, or marijuana.
Hemp is a complete protein, it’s high in fiber, fatty acids, omega vitamins, vitamin A, potassium, magnesium, it’s an anti-inflammatory and also acts as an antioxidant. It’s beneficial for weight-loss, skin, brain health, and immune system function. Consuming hemp is an all-around win for every part of the body. Enjoy!
- 1/2 cup of raw hemp seeds
- 4 cups of distilled water
- 2 Medjool dates
- Pinch of Himalayan pink salt
Method Of Preparation
Combine all ingredients in a high-speed blender. Store in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.