This is my hemp-ified version of a classic. Hemp provides the perfect base for this pesto. It has a slightly nutty and green taste, which compliments the cucumber and the greens as well as, well, everything else in the recipe! Hemp hearts are a great source of Omega fatty acids and easy to assimilate proteins. So,...

Recipe Directions

Put everything in your food processor and blend until smooth or desired consistency.

Serve over spiralized zucchini or on a pizza crust.

If you want less oil added, put more cucumber in its place.

If you don’t want to put in nutritional yeast, add a bit more salt.

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By VeganMomma

This is my hemp-ified version of a classic. Hemp provides the perfect base for this pesto. It has a slightly nutty and green taste, which compliments the cucumber and the greens as well as, well, everything else in the recipe! Hemp hearts are a great source of Omega fatty acids and easy to assimilate proteins. So, eat up!

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this is my new favorite! yummy! I loved it with my squash noodles as well as a dip with veggies!

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I just made this and it is soo good! Thank you for the recipe!

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Indeed they are shelled hemp seeds. I like that they are so creamy, they work so well in pesto! I get them in bulk ten pound bags, so I've been experimenting a lot with them, as you can see by the recipes that I've submitted!

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Starjen - yes they are.

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So, hemp hearts, are they just shelled hemp seeds?

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