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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Dorota Amellal
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olive oil

Victoria Iwan
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sunflower oil usually

Anonymous
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olive oil for cooking
(kim neville)

Isabel O'Brien
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Either olive oil or sunflower oil.

Yasmin Gaber
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Olive oil and sometimes rapeseed oil

Anonymous
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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.

maddogs
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maddogs

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

lucy ann
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Rapeseed oil

laura banks
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usually sunflower oil

clair downham
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clair downham

olive oil

mummy24
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Olive oil!

Ashleigh

RGS
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olive oil, sometimes sesame

Zoe R
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Vegetable oil

Esther James
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olive oil 🙂

Kathy Cakebread
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olive oil

lol
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Sunflower oil…..@lorrainesaeed

Carolin Blaza
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Oliver oil

Cat Williams
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Sun flower oil or Olive oil

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

Hazel Christopher
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Hazel Christopher

Sunflower oil.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Olive Oil

Darlene Ovenstone
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Darlene Ovenstone

I use sunflower oil 🙂 x

Lorraine
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Sunflower oil ~

twinlay06
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twinlay06

Olive oil or rapeseed. Depends where I shop

Gemma Clark
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i use olive oil or frylight

kate kathurima
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vegetable oil which i have infused with chilli thyme and garlic

joanna moon
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joanna moon

vegetable oil

helen atkins
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Olive oil or sunflower

christine shelley
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christine shelley

always sunflower ooil

mister_steven
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Sunflower Oil

Allan Smith
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sunflower oil.

Hayley
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usually rapeseed

Emma Walters
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olive oil

liz ferguson
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Olive oil

Anonymous
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Depends – if fried then Lard or dripping – if baking or like sunflower oil
Spencer Broadley
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Alison Joyce
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Olive oil

jenniwren12
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vegetable oil

Tony Allan
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sunflower and olive

Margaret
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Margaret

Olive oil

Keshia Esgate
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sunflower oil

Anonymous
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Vegetable oil

@rachiegr

Anonymous
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olive oil

Emily Clark
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Olive. The taste is so delicious.

HollyS
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Olive or groundnut oil.

mellysocks
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Rapeseed oil

sandy henry
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coconut oil and olive oil x

selbya15
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sunflower oil!

soozwales
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sunflower oil

Anonymous
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Coconut Oil

Samantha V.

Rebecca Gransden
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Rebecca Gransden

Groundnut oil