Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Kyoto Hemp Forum - Food




We are maintaining an international food production and distribution system that results in millions of hungry people and millions more undernourished.  The simple shift to healthy, delicious hemp foods can solve the world hunger problem in less than a year.  Here’s how.

Grow, promote and sell hemp foods. Due to its short growing cycle, we can make enough to feed everybody while empowering countless souls. 

Los Angeles hemp activist, Sister Somayah Kambui, was legendary for her hemp tacos.  She would serve them to many guest who loved the meal, concluding with her signature smile and the phrase, ‘not a bit of meat in it.’ 

Hemp flour is wonderful in many dishes like cakes, breads & pastas. Old dishes get a new, contemporary flare with names like Weed Wings© (chicken style veggies fried in hemp flour), Hempsagna© (lasagna made with hemp flour in the pasta and hemp TVP in the layers), etc.



Solving the United Nations declared world food crisis with hemp foods is a minor shift that can yield miraculous results. Wind pollinated hemp is so versatile it can be made into flour, oil, seeds, salads, tinctures, milk, tea, etc.  Hemp can also be used as a meat substitute (replace soy flour with hemp in the recipe); a hemp textured vegetable protein (TVP). 

There are many hemp food companies on line, Hippie Butter, Australia Hemp Foods Australia, Nutivia, Living Harvest, Nature’s Path, Mantioba Harvest, Ruth’s Hemp Foods, Nature’s Hemp and many kitchen supply companies.

Support your favorite hemp food companies…if for no reasons other than flavor and the nutritional value found in this precious herb.




Please post your thoughts, videos and photos in the comments sections. As we build and implement the Action Plan for implementing the hemp solution and other smart actions, we're sharing ideas. Thanks.

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