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Saturday, June 23, 2018

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  1. No Is The Answer - the number one question? Will I fail or test postive for drugs if I eat one of your Hempzel Pretzels, Mustard or Seed???? - 
  2. What part of the hemp plant do you make Hempzel Pretzels with? - We combine traditional ingredients with the addition of hemp seed (hulled or hearts), hemp flour & hemp oil - depending on pretzel - Sourdough Vs Soft Hempzel.
  3. Are all your products Organic? -  No our Canadian hemp seed  is hearty and fairly rarely needs pesticides, hemp seed, flour & oil and we do use Organic Brown Rice flour in the Sourdough Hempzels but with the additional cost of hemp since we feel it's still the best with the price restraints from imported - we are working towards that goal but presently with market conditions haven't sourced all organic ingredients.
  4. Best by dates: - All our products are created without preservatives, the shortest shelf life is from our hand rolled Sourdough Hempzel Pretzels, they are made to be eaten quickly not stored away for months on end - all pretzels get hard & Hempzels get harder quicker if left uneaten for months - store airtight & cool if you do. Mustard - the bite lessens but the mustard is still good if kept refrigerated after opening beyond the best by date. Soft Pretzels are baked and frozen so keep them individually wrapped and frozen or refrigerated until ready, than thaw, heat and eat.
  5. Are your items Kosher - Not certified but the ingredients used are. The Whole Hemp Seed is certified Kosher Canada. Documentation coming soon.
  6. Why can't you come up with a gluten free pretzel? - The facilities that produce Hempzels are not gluten free at the moment - we ran our first batch of Hempzels soft Pretzel Stix that are gluten free but they need to be retailed packaged and are presently sold in bulk with heating instructions. The hemp seed is gluten free.

Italian Hemp Growing

 A great set of original postcards a series 1 through 10 in growing hemp via Italy.