19 December, 2013

Giveaway: A Selection of Goodies From Good Hemp

I always thought that Hemp was something rather New Age and used for knitting sandals but actually it seems that hemp oil and seeds are good for us, containing half the saturated fat of olive oil and with 25 times more Omega 3 – particularly important for kids.

The lovely people at GOOD Hemp grow their hemp on their Devon farm from which they produce Good Oil, a 100% cold-pressed hemp seed oil, GOOD SEED shelled hemp seeds and GOOD HEMP Milk alternative. 

They tell me that GOOD Oil is great for festive cooking as it has a delicious nutty flavour and makes excellent roast potatoes – and Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall is a fan. 

GOOD products are also approved by the Vegetarian Society

So, if you would like to try this healthy alternative to cooking oil, GOOD Hemp Food have kindly given me a selection of their delicious hemp products to give away. 

The prize includes a 250ml bottle of original GOOD Oil, a selection of 4 flavours of GOOD SEED shelled hemp seeds, rich in protein and Omega 3,which you can eat as a snack or sprinkle on cereals, soups and salads, and a carton of GOOD HEMP Milk, a dairy free alternative to milk and soya containing 50% of the recommended daily intake of Omega 3 per glass and with no cholesterol.

Entry is via the rafflecopter below and the usual terms and conditions apply. 

The giveaway ends at midnight on December 31st 2013 so you can embrace a healthier you in the New Year (well, that’s always my intention!).

Further information at www.goodwebsite.co.uk.


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176 comments so far.

176 responses to “Giveaway: A Selection of Goodies From Good Hemp”

  1. Dorota Amellal says:

    olive oil

  2. Victoria Iwan says:

    sunflower oil usually

  3. Anonymous says:

    olive oil for cooking
    (kim neville)

  4. Either olive oil or sunflower oil.

  5. Yasmin Gaber says:

    Olive oil and sometimes rapeseed oil

  6. Anonymous says:

    Pamela says – Either olive oil or a very small dab of butter if necessary … but mostly I just try to rely on the fat in the food if I am frying, or else I use the grill.

  7. maddogs says:

    currently I've rapeseed oil as my main cooking oil, with olive oil and toasted sesame for dressing.

  8. lucy ann says:

    Rapeseed oil

  9. laura banks says:

    usually sunflower oil

  10. clair downham says:

    olive oil

  11. mummy24 says:

    Olive oil!

    Ashleigh

  12. RGS says:

    olive oil, sometimes sesame

  13. Zoe R says:

    Vegetable oil

  14. Esther James says:

    olive oil 🙂

  15. Kathy Cakebread says:

    olive oil

  16. lol says:

    Sunflower oil…..@lorrainesaeed

  17. Cat Williams says:

    Sun flower oil or Olive oil

  18. Laura Randall says:

    I use coconut oil, but would love to try hemp oil. 🙂

  19. Hazel Christopher says:

    Sunflower oil.

  20. Anonymous says:

    Olive Oil

  21. Darlene Ovenstone says:

    I use sunflower oil 🙂 x

  22. twinlay06 says:

    Olive oil or rapeseed. Depends where I shop

  23. Gemma Clark says:

    i use olive oil or frylight

  24. kate kathurima says:

    vegetable oil which i have infused with chilli thyme and garlic

  25. joanna moon says:

    vegetable oil

  26. helen atkins says:

    Olive oil or sunflower

  27. christine shelley says:

    always sunflower ooil

  28. Emma Walters says:

    olive oil

  29. liz ferguson says:

    Olive oil

  30. Anonymous says:

    Depends – if fried then Lard or dripping – if baking or like sunflower oil
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

  31. Alison Joyce says:

    Olive oil

  32. Tony Allan says:

    sunflower and olive

  33. Margaret says:

    Olive oil

  34. Keshia Esgate says:

    sunflower oil

  35. Anonymous says:

    Vegetable oil

    @rachiegr

  36. Anonymous says:

    olive oil

  37. Emily Clark says:

    Olive. The taste is so delicious.

  38. HollyS says:

    Olive or groundnut oil.

  39. sandy henry says:

    coconut oil and olive oil x

  40. selbya15 says:

    sunflower oil!

  41. Anonymous says:

    Coconut Oil

    Samantha V.

  42. Rebecca Gransden says:

    Groundnut oil

  43. frances hopkins says:

    Sunflower oil @surreysunshine

  44. claire griffiths says:

    sunflower oil or olive oil

  45. Ali S says:

    We use frylight olive oil spray 🙂

  46. Julie Baxter says:

    sunflower oil

  47. Fiona Taylor says:

    Olive oil

  48. Hannah ONeill says:

    Rapeseed oil

  49. TRACY HANSON says:

    Vegetable oil

  50. damcon1979 says:

    vegetable oil

  51. champaklal lad says:

    Olive Oil

  52. Rob Baker says:

    We've switched to coconut oil, and it's amazing!

  53. katrina walsh says:

    olive oil

  54. Susan Carter says:

    sunflower oil

  55. Fiona Matters says:

    Olive oil

  56. Kathryn Tatters says:

    olive oil

  57. LESLEY BRADLEY says:

    Olive Oil

  58. julie laing says:

    olive oil

  59. Victoria Savill says:

    Olive oil

  60. Allan says:

    Extra Virgin Olive Oil

  61. katie skeoch says:

    oilve oil and occasionally coconut oil, which is delicious too x

  62. Deborah Hambleton says:

    Olive Oil

  63. adrian price says:

    Olive Oil

  64. LauraC2 says:

    Sunflower fry light

  65. Mickie Bull says:

    Vegetable Oil

  66. Teresa Lee says:

    Olive Oil

  67. Roz says:

    olive oil or sunflower oil

  68. sherri mse fordham says:

    olive oil or veg oil

  69. straysuzi says:

    olive oil

  70. spike1 says:

    Vegetable or sunflower oil

  71. Kasia SZ says:

    Sunflower or vegetable oil.

  72. Becky Shorting says:

    sunflower

  73. Corinne Wright says:

    Vegetable oil,

  74. Anonymous says:

    Karen Shaw says Olive Oil or Fry Light

  75. Penny Ford says:

    Sunflower Oil

  76. Anonymous says:

    vegetable oil by Robby Price

  77. Nathan Webb says:

    extra virgin olive oil 🙂

  78. Kirsty Woods says:

    Olive oil

  79. CLAIRE LITTLE says:

    sunflower oil

  80. Kelly Hooper says:

    sunflower oil

  81. josie ryan says:

    olive oil xx

  82. Louise Fairweather says:

    Olive oil (louise Perry Fairweather)

  83. krnries says:

    Generally I use olive oil 🙂

  84. 6b9a8c74-6e2a-11e1-ba4b-000bcdcb471e says:

    olive oil or spray oil

  85. Helen G says:

    Organic Rapeseed oil

  86. caroline cordery says:

    sunflower and olive

  87. Faridah says:

    Sunflower or vegetable.

  88. Anonymous says:

    Olive Oil

  89. Stacey Carnell says:

    Olive oil

  90. Marcin Pietruch says:

    Sunflower oil

  91. Anonymous says:

    olive oil @Amezeylady

  92. Shannon Wilson says:

    I use olive oil 🙂 xo

  93. cathyj says:

    extra virginolive oil

  94. Phyllis Ellett says:

    Depends, Olive oil for low temp cooking, rapeseed, sunflower or bog standard veg oil for high temp cooking, all depending on what I am cooking really.

  95. maggie ali says:

    Sunflower oil

  96. joanna sawka says:

    extra virgin olive oil

  97. Tiffany Callan says:

    Sunflower oil

  98. Sam Gregory says:

    Olive Oil and sometimes vegetable oil

  99. rebecca nisbet says:

    olive oil is mostly used in my cooking

  100. Gillian Brown says:

    SUNFLOWER OR VEG OIL

  101. Tracy Moore says:

    Olive Oil

  102. Shelley Stevenson says:

    Depends what it is.. But usually sunflower oil or a little butter 🙂

  103. Kristy Brown says:

    Olive oil

  104. Val Swift says:

    Olive oil

  105. nicola white says:

    Olive Oil

  106. billy chapman says:

    olive oil

  107. Joanne Blunt says:

    Extra Virgin Olive Oil

  108. Simon C says:

    Olive and Rapeseed oils

  109. Dawn Thompson says:

    Olive oil but i normally use flavoured

  110. Hannah Lawrence (Lewenstein) says:

    coconut or olive oil 🙂

  111. patanne1 says:

    olive or rapeseed oil

  112. Charlie d says:

    Olive oil 🙂

  113. Pam Francis Gregory says:

    One-cal spray oil

  114. Amy Beckett says:

    Mainly olive oil and sesame oil for stir fries

  115. Christina Jarrett says:

    I use olive oil, sesame oil, coconut oil and walnut oil, would love to try hemp oil! 🙂 x

  116. Twiddle Dee says:

    I usually cook with vegetable (rapeseed) oil

    Natalie Gillham

  117. tobys proud mummy toys says:

    I use extra virgin olive oil but also love virgin coconut oil as well

  118. Naomib1980 says:

    Olive oil, i like hemp oil but its not that widely available yet x

  119. Lisa Sands says:

    Olive or Sunflower 🙂 x

  120. claire matthews-curtis says:

    It depends what i'm cooking but normal olive oil or vegetable oil
    claire.bob23@hotmail.co.uk

  121. Hannah Smith says:

    I usually cook with rapeseed oil.

    @smeethsaysfashn

  122. Suzanne Roberts says:

    Olive oil

  123. Soo Moon says:

    Redseed Oil

  124. Jill Fairbank says:

    Virgin olive oil usual

  125. Lowri earith says:

    olive or coconut

  126. Jane Middleton says:

    Virgin olive oil

  127. Extra virgin olive oil 🙂

  128. pam lawrence says:

    Rape seed oil, and extra virgin olive oil, and sesame oil too x.

  129. deb12 says:

    Extra virgin olive oil

  130. Anonymous says:

    sunflower oil

  131. Adele Hill says:

    Olive oil, rapeseed, groundnut oil, sesame oil, chilli oil, vegtable oil ans sunflower oil it all depends on what I am making.

  132. Kat Glynn says:

    Rapeseed Oil

  133. Susan Trubey says:

    vegetable oil

  134. Sarah Pybus says:

    Coconut oil most of the time

  135. Jan Gourd says:

    Olive oil and butter

  136. Heather choccieluvva Cain says:

    olive oil

  137. Angie Hoggett says:

    rapeseed or olive oil

  138. Izabela Zylowska says:

    Olive oil

  139. jrandrews72 says:

    I use Vegetable oil, Olive Oil and Sesame Oil depending on the recipe.

  140. Anonymous says:

    Olive Oil

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