Recipe Directions

Place kale leaves and mint into food processor. Pulse until they are chopped into tiny pieces. Add the hemp seeds into and pulse into it’s pasty (1-2 min). Then add the vinegar, olive oil, and salt. Pulse for 1-2 minutes until throughly blended. Then add the water and blend once more. I like it at this medium consistency, but if you like it thinner, then add more water.
I have this almost every day at lunch with greens and sprouts.

Bitt's Thoughts

I got this dressing from the raw restaurant in Seattle called Chaco Canyon. It had garlic in it and my husband is allergic so I made this garlic-free version for him. I love the tang of the vinegar and mint.

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starrie, the main reason i had to recreate it is because my husband can't have garlic. if it was garlic free i would buy it direct from the store.

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I bet this is insane with cucumbers and onions!

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Sweet! I'm growing a mint plant in a little bucket in my backyard... I can't wait to use it! :D

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Woohoo! I am getting some mint plants from my neighbor & was wondering how I will use it :) Good timing - thanks!

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HA! I recognize that bottle! I fill those! I should add, it's really flattering to see one of our recipes recreated here! :)

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HA! I recognize that bottle! I fill those!

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what a cool idea. will try!

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BTW, next to it are my cacoa brownies and almond mylk. :-)

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