Hemp is the plant with a thousand and one virtues that has been injected into our holistic treatments since 2015. But in the form of edible oil (rich in omega 3 and 6) or seeds (source of complete proteins, minerals, trace elements, vitamins, fatty acids ...) it is also a superfood that can be integrated into almost all of your recipes! Bonus: you can even add a few drops of theAntidote, our hemp and CBD oil (which is of course edible), in your dishes and drinks for a zen touch. Lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, for ultimate relaxation during curfew (need), accompany your dishes with a CBD infusion. Ours, formulated in the company of the tea sommelier, Kodama, has small notes of salted butter caramel, apples and cardamom flowers. A delight soon available in the form of refills on our e-shop!
To celebrate the start of this “Tea Talk” month conducive to sharing, our friends from Mesa, the table at the HOY hotel where the No Stress Studio (our CBD treatments and massages cabin), we share 3 vegetarian recipes with hemp and CBD. At table !
- Red Beet Dip with Hazelnuts
- 500gr of beets cooked in cocoa
- 100gr of hazelnut paste
- 15gr of hazelnut oil
Mix cocoa nibs with fennel seeds, coriander seeds, a pinch of salt and olive oil. Wash the beets and cut them in half lengthwise. In a foil, combine the two elements, taking care that the foil is hermetically sealed. Bake the beets in the oven until they are tender.
Leave to cool out of the oven. When they are still a little warm, remove their skin by rubbing them with a towel. Mix the cooked beets with the paste and the hazelnut oil.
- 3 tablespoons of powdered flax seeds
- 2 tablespoons of chia seeds
- 1 spoon of whole flax seeds
- 1⁄3 glass of hemp seeds
- 1⁄2 glass of water
- 1 tablespoon of coconut oil
- 1⁄2 spoon of mustard powder Salt and pepper to taste
In a bowl, combine the flax seeds, powdered flax seeds, chia seeds and hemp seeds. Add water and season the preparation with deodorized coconut oil, salt, freshly ground black pepper, and mustard seed powder. Spread out the preparation and put it to dehydrate for at least 6 hours.
Cut a beet into julienne after washing and peeling it. Heat a saucepan with apple cider vinegar and pink berries. Pour the preparation over the beetroot julienne and let cool to room temperature before use.
Roll on the reopening of Mesa, the HOY restaurant (68 rue des Martyrs 75009 Paris)!
In the meantime, the hotel and the florist on the ground floor remain open, and the treatment room and our No Stress Studio too (meet here to book your treatments all week).
Find all our hemp recipes on the Ho Karan's blog, like the buckwheat wraps imagined by the Chicken Bacon Lettuce team. And this month, find us on Instagram @hokaran for a “Tea Talk” dedicated to sharing. The opportunity to answer all your questions and take stock of the benefits of CBD, how to choose your hemp treatments according to your skin type, etc. It is also the moment to send us all your suggestions, very precious, to offer you the most zen and successful experience!