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“Oh I can’t hemp falling in loooove with youuuuuuuu…”
Yes you, lait de chanvre (/ hemp seed milk that sounds much sexier en Français oui?)
So delicious, so nutritious and most importantly EASY and QUICK to make (soaking almonds for 12 hours is SO last season 😉  Je vous montre comment faire un lait de chanvre chez vous sur ! If vous want to practice votre French, the recipe and video is up on ! REGAL-ez vous !
I co-star in this with my favorite supporting actor… the Vitamix !
Et en second rôle, mon cher VITAMIX !*
*Si vous voulez en acheter avec une remise Rebecca et quelques recettes en exclusivité, contactez moi:

If you’re hempy and you know it, clap your hands! Hemp is one of the best sources of plant protein on the planet. The protein in hemp is easily digested and quickly absorbed by the body, making it a nearly perfect food for athletes (yes, walking to and from the subway every day or lifting small children qualifies you as an “athlete”).

These seeds from the Cannabis sativa plant (yes, a plant
in the same species produces marijuana, but no, you won’t get high from eating these seeds) are almost too good to be true. They are packed with vitamins (A, B1, B3, B5, D, and E) and minerals, like iron and magnesium, that most ladies are usually lacking. These vegan and gluten-free seeds provide the perfect balance of those elusive omega-3 and omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids that are essential for the proper functioning of the body. These essential fatty acids make hemp an energizing and anti-inflammatory wonderfood. Hemp improves digestion, sleep, and mood— it’s the happiest plant around. Adding just a tablespoon or deux to any dish adds so much flavor, crunch, and nutrition. It’s totally legal and totally healthy.

En Français:

Le chanvre est une des meilleures sources de protéines végétales. La protéine présente dans le chanvre est facilement digérée et rapidement absorbée par le corps, ce qui en fait un aliment parfait pour les sportifs.

Le chanvre apporte des acides gras essentiels comme les Oméga-3 et 6, de la manière la plus équilibrée qui soit. L’huile de chanvre est une source d’acides gras poly- insaturés (AGPI) qui contribue au bon fonctionnement
du système cardio-vasculaire. Et il contient de l’acide gamma-linolénique (l’AGL), difficile à trouver. Tous ces acides gras essentiels rendent le chanvre énergisant et anti- inflammatoire. Ajoutez à ça qu’il est une bonne source de glucides et de fibres, de chlorophylle, ainsi que de vitamines et de minéraux (A, B1, B3, B5, D et E, fer, magnésium).

1 ou 2 cuillères de graines de chanvre saupoudrées au dernier moment rendent n’importe quel plat plus croustillant.

REBECCA LEFFLER is a writer and journalist who, after a career as the France correspondent for The Hollywood Reporter and film critic on TV network Canal+, has traded the red carpets of Paris for the green streets of New York, where she hosts events for and provides communication and consulting services to wellness brands. Rebecca's best-selling French book "Green, Glam & Gourmande" launched in 2014 and has been translated to several languages including the US adaptation "Très Green, Très Clean, Très Chic: The new French way to eat - and live! - Plant-based, Gluten-free recipes for every season."

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