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Posted - 12 February 2011 :  6:49:41 PM  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add minkyandbear to your friends list

I have always bought either Sensas or Van Den Eyne grilled hemp and wondered if it easy enough to prepare at home.

I guess you lightly grill the seed and then blitz in a blender?


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Posted - 13 February 2011 :  3:38:09 PM  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add n/a to your friends list

I may be wrong, but I think that grilling hemp, it would burn off the oil within the seed that fish are so much attracted to.?

I prefer to soaking/boiling and then blitz in blender

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Posted - 23 February 2011 :  8:28:14 PM  Show Profile  Visit hempy's Homepage Bookmark this reply Add hempy to your friends list

Grilling hemp has the same action as the indians get when they grill or "roast" there spices before cooking, it brings out the natural aromas and oils of the seed but bag it up air tight when you have done it...

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