A fabulous means of getting your greens! When the delicious combo of garlic and hemp meld with the sweetness of dates, you’ll forget that you’re eating an entire leaf of chard. Also works great with collards or nori.
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    Makes 8 bundles (enough for probably 2 people as a main)
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Flatten out eight chard leaves on a cutting board. In the order listed, place equal amounts of each item on the end lip (that’s what I like to call it). Roll foward like sushi/ a burrito, and twirl the leftover ends of each side of the chard leaves. Tie the ends with what ever you fancy, and nosh away!

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A fabulous means of getting your greens! When the delicious combo of garlic and hemp meld with the sweetness of dates, you’ll forget that you’re eating an entire leaf of chard. Also works great with collards or nori.

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dodo: i believe soaking them fo ra few hours will work, but anyone whos knows a better way please say so...

I just buy Manitoba Harvest Raw Hempseed Butter at my local health-food store. You might look for it there (it will ususally be in the refrigerated section).

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hi do you have a recipe link for the hemp seed butter please, i have hemp seeds but they have the hull, how do i remove the hull, anybody know? :S

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If you click on your recipe and delete all the unnecessary ingredients, YOU will have fixed your recipe problems... Smile

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woops... my computer was being slow so i got a little impatient with the whole adding inggredients thing...only one of each entity!

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woops... my computer was being slow so i got a little impatient with the whole adding inggredients thing...only one of each entity!

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