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Time for a Tempting Giveaway!

20 October 2010 79 Comments

With over 150 entries for this giveaway … We have a winner! Molly Stevens! Congratulations Molly. She wrote: “I “liked” Living Harvest and would love a chance to win! I usually use rice or almond milk, but have enjoyed using hemp powder in my smoothies and would love to give the rest of the products a try :)”

Yes, I have been absent from this blog for a little while, and for good reason. Fortunately, I have kept up with my other online duties on Go Dairy Free and One Frugal Foodie, and am back on this blog with a giveaway! What better way to return right?

This giveaway is for those of you who are curious, but still a bit nervous to try hemp-based alternatives AND for those of you who are already jumping for joy over this new superfood, but are like me, and simply love sample gift packages!

In celebration of National Vegetarian Month, Living Harvest, the makers of the Tempt™ product line, offered a gift box of goodies for me to give away. The prize includes:

  • A box of Tempt™ hemp milk
  • A VIP coupon for a free Tempt™ frozen dessert (I recommend the chocolate fudge)
  • A container of Tempt™ High Protein Powder
  • A “Do the Hemp Thing” T-shirt and tote

As an added bonus, all of the above products are vegan (dairy-free, egg-free, and all around animal product-free), gluten-free, soy-free, and nut-free!

Oh, and if you are still apprehensive, check out this Chocolate Fudge “ice cream” from Tempt (see my review and a recipe here) …

To enter to win:

For One Entry: “Like” Living Harvest on Faceboook (required!) and leave a comment here letting me know your favorite type of dairy alternative

For a Second Entry: Assuming you have just “liked” Living Harvest on Facebook, head to the Go Dairy Free Facebook Page and leave a comment on the giveaway entry.

Entries will close on Thursday, October 21st at midnight!

Okay. Ready, Set, ENTER!

79 Comments »

  • Gina said:

    I really like almond milk. I have recently gone dairy free and am learning about all the yummy options I have. This website has been very helpful. Thank you!

  • Stephanie said:

    I just “liked”!

    My boyfriend and I love almond milk. I’ve even convinced a few other people in the family to ditch cows milk and switch to almond milk.

  • Christina said:

    “liked” and I usually go for almond milk, but I really love coconut milk in my coffee.

    I really would like to try hemp milk.

  • Valerie said:

    I “liked” them! My favorite dairy free alternative is a tie betweek almond milk and coconut milk!

  • Tandy said:

    My kids and I just recently went dairy & egg free. We are trying all the different types to try to find one we all can enjoy. The kids like Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Vanilla, but as I am sensitive to nuts, I prefer Rice Dream for all of our cooking/baking needs. I’d love to find one that we can all use and enjoy.

  • lindsay said:

    I would love to try these!!! Going to go to facebook now. Thanks!

  • Veg said:

    I liked :) My favorite dairy alternative is coconut milk.

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  • Lynn said:

    Rice Dream for cooking, Almond milk for drinking and Stevia plant for sweetness.

  • Hannah said:

    I was already “liking” them on Facebook. :)

    And my favorite non-dairy milk changes practically by the day, but right now I would have to say hazelnut… Especially chocolate hazelnut. Mmm…

  • Stephanie said:

    I liked Living Harvest Foods on Facebook.
    I think that my current favorite dairy alternative is almond milk.

  • Carla said:

    Dairy Alternative – Almond MIlk, Daiya Cheese, Silk Creamer….

  • Andrea said:

    I love giveaways! I liked Living Harvest on FB, but it’s almost impossible to pick a favorite non-dairy product, so I’ll say coconut milk yogurt, for now. Ask me again tomorrow and I might say something else!

  • Jessica said:

    My favorite non-dairy product is We Can’t Say It’s Cheese…of course!

  • Katherine said:

    Hemp is my absolute favorite for its taste, creaminess, and versitility!

  • brigitte said:

    I “liked” and i Like using Almond milk. But Soy is much better to cook with.

  • Melissa said:

    My favorite dairy alternative is soy milk, but I haven’t tried hemp milk yet… maybe I’ll win this and it’ll become my new favorite!

  • Julie said:

    We use ricedream. We do not have a lot of alternatives in our smaller town. Soy is great for me but not the little ones and no nuts makes almond milk not an alternative.

  • Kayte CookWatts said:

    I am a new fan! We love hazelnut “milk.” So sweet- great over hot cereal.

  • Victoria Taulbee said:

    We use rice milk and really like it.

  • Laura said:

    I love soy and coconut milk! I just found out my local coffee shop does iced mochas with almond milk. So good! Have never tried Hemp milk, though, so excited for this giveaway…

  • Dawn said:

    I really like Silk vanilla soy milk and Enjoy Life chocolate chips! I make REALLY good chocolate covered strawberries!

  • Evan Thomas said:

    I liked them and my favorite is coconut or almond milk

  • Abbe said:

    My favorite dairy alternative is hemp. Almond milk is second place.

  • Melissa said:

    My favorite is Hemp Milk…especially chocolate!

  • Fiona said:

    I’d say almond, but I don’t get it cos it’s so expensive – so it’s soy for me.

  • Ashley said:

    Hemp milk is the only dairy replacement I use!

  • Mary said:

    My favorite dairy alternative is a tie between hemp milk and rice milk. I use both every day in my smoothies. I’m excited to try out more varieties of hemp and see what other types of foods I can incorporate it into.

  • Carmen said:

    I haven’t tried a dairy free milk i didn’t like! my favorites being carob rice milk and chocolate hemp milk! oh man who needs anything else? the only dairy we have trouble letting go in our house is cheese… but i love goat cheeses so i consider that close enough to dairy free lol

    oh! and you know what else is awesome? getting hemp nuts and making your own milk! add some fresh raspberries and what ever sweetener you like, blend it all up, strain and it becomes a yummy nutty treat!

  • Wendy McDaniel said:

    I *like* Living Harvest – actually love it. We always have Tempt Hemp milk in the fridge, regular for my cereal, and unsweetened for savory cooking that requires milk.

  • Kristina @ spabettie said:

    I *LIKE* Living Harvest on facebook… and I *LOVE* Living Harvest as my dairy AND ice creme alternative!

    Love their Tempt and Hemp milk…

  • Heather Sundquist said:

    Liked on Facebook and Silk Almond milk is my fave!

  • Amanda M said:

    I like Living Harvest on Facebook – my FB name is Amanda Moore and Almond Milk is my favorite dairy alternative!

  • Amanda M said:

    I commented on the Go Dairy Free Facebook post of this giveaway!

  • lauren said:

    I’ve liked them :)
    I love unsweetened hemp milk and unsweetened almond milk :)

  • Kari said:

    I’ve been using So Delicious Coconut milk for drinking and ice cream. I use rice, almond, and coconut for baking… depending on what best suits the recipe.
    Like the fact that Living Harvest Tempt is soy free and vegan!

  • Jill said:

    Used to love almond but just found out I’m allergic to that too. =( I’m liking rice milk, but even the original is still a little sweet for me.

  • Jessie (Bites and Pieces) said:

    I “like” Living Harvest on Facebook. There are so many wonderful dairy alternatives out there, but I would have to say that my favorite for drinking straight up is almond milk. I love soy milk in my coffee though. :)

  • adam said:

    almond milk, great for post workout shake

  • Danielle Obringer said:

    Just “liked” it on facebook. I use almond milk (vanilla unsweet) for cooking and coconut milk for baking sweets, thai food and smoothies! I like that Living Harvest is soy free because I just found out I’m slightly allergic to soy (probably all those years of soy-food alternatives).

  • Bobbie Wang said:

    i just “liked” and i love soy milk as a diary alternative!

  • Rach Dawg said:

    Me likey vanilla rice milk…especially with my oat groats :)

  • Kimberly Simpson said:

    It would be SOy Milk

  • michelle said:

    Daiya!!! and hemp milk

  • Brian N. said:

    Gotta go with Daiya or Teese…..both excellent vegan and cruelty free cheeses!

  • Shannon Baas said:

    Almond milk

  • Kara said:

    I already “like” Living Harvest on FB… if there was a “love” button, I would have pushed that:-)

  • Tanya said:

    I already like Living Harvest on FB.

    I always keep almond milk in my kitchen! But I’ve wanted to try Hempmilk for some time now…hard to find, especially unsweetened. I’ve tried their “ice cream” and it’s amazing! Would love to try some other flavors. Great giveaway :)

  • KTBuns said:

    Okay, everything’s been liked!

    Honestly… my favorite dairy alternative is hemp milk, especially when it comes to ice cream. Almond milk is a close competitor, though!!

  • KTBuns said:

    It’s a toss up between almond and hemp milk!

    Oh, and all Facebookery has been liked. :)

  • Erin E said:

    I like Living Harvest on Facebook (Erin E). My favorite alternative is almond milk, though I haven’t tried the hemp yet. My new fav perhaps? Thank you!
    sewmuchstuff at ymail dot com

  • Shannon said:

    Well – I have my favorites for different uses. I have never tried hemp milk… But, I prefer Almond milk for every day, e.g. cereal, coconut milk for coffee, ice cream and other baking, and rice for more savory dishes requiring dairy.

  • Ariana Anderson-The Frugally Rich Life said:

    I would love to try hemp milk! I’ve almost tried it once but didn’t end up trying it. I love coconut milk and almond milk especially.

  • Teresa said:

    I liked Living Harvest on fb.

    I use rice milk for baking and everyday use. For a special treat though, I love chocolate hazelnut milk. Coconut ice cream is my favorite dessert.

  • Diane said:

    I liked Living Harvest on FB and so far my favorite has been 8th Continent Vanilla Light Soy milk because it tastes good and works in baking. I am curious about these products though and would love to try them.

  • Shari said:

    I like rice milk the best, but have issues with it…so I use almond milk. I’ve been wanting to try Hemp milk for a long time, but none is sold locally.

  • hminnesota said:

    like their FB page:heta s

  • RunToTheFinish said:

    I like them! Amanda B
    I need to expand my milk options from soy and almond!

  • Jen said:

    For cooking and baking, I use coconut milk, although I want to make my own (i haven’t yet). My food-allergic son drinks Neocate, and I drink almond milk.

  • Loryjean Pratt said:

    I have tried hempmilk, but not the other products. I make my own ricemilk, and am fond of unsweetened coconut milk.

  • Amy said:

    We do rice, coconut, soy, and almond milk at our house – just depends on who’s drinking it or what they are using it for.

  • Lauren said:

    I love almond milk, I use it in my smoothies and in my coffee. I would love to try hemp milk for something different.

  • emmi said:

    I Like Living Harvest on Faceboook as Emm Enger. We use almond milk sometimes

  • liz said:

    i love chocolate hemp milk!

  • Deanna said:

    I liked Living Harvest. My favorite milk alternative is almond milk. Mmmm… I’ve yet to try hemp milk, though. Maybe it would win?

  • Alex said:

    I think almond milk is my favorite; then again, I’ve never tried hemp milk!

  • joni taylor said:

    I like tempt on facebook
    joni taylor

  • Larissa said:

    I liked Living Harvest on Facebook! Have not tried Hemp stuff yet but sounds yummy!

  • Gina said:

    I’m a fan of almond and coconut milks!

  • Zenimue said:

    Living Harvest Chocolate hemp milk has been my favorite for years.

  • Jordan B said:

    I liked on facebook (Go Bronson)

    My fave dairy alternative is Soy! Especially on cereal! :)

    Jordan B

    oneadem@gmail.com

  • Geri Nyland said:

    I liked Living Harvest Foods on Facebook. I love almond milk!!

  • Laury @TheFitnessDish said:

    I “liked” them on facebook!

  • Geri Nyland said:

    I liked Go Dairy Free and left a comment on the link of this giveaway. – Geri N.

  • Laury @TheFitnessDish said:

    I commented on GDF on FB :-)

  • Molly said:

    I “liked” Living Harvest Foods on Facebook and would love to win the Tempt giveaway! I use rice milk mostly, and almond milk now and then in my oatmeal and yummy smoothies. I’ve just started incorporating hemp powder into my smoothies and it’s totally awesome! I’m all for trying new things. Hope I win :)

  • Veronica Garrett said:

    I like Living Harvest on Facebook. I like Almond Milk.

  • Kerri said:

    I love Silk Vanilla soymilk

  • Tymber O'Neal said:

    I “liked” Living Harvest on Facebook.
    I cannot honestly say that I have a current favorite dairy alternative, although I have been entirely dairy-free for about six months now due to what could possibly be, as your book Go Dairy Free states, a “secondary lactose intolerance”. In a nutshell, my story is that I’ve been dealing with a mystery gastroenterological illness that may or may not be a severe case of IBS- I’ve not been officially diagnosed, and my doctors refuse to legitimize my issues and have instead poked, prodded, and tested me beyond reason for 15 months now.
    However, having come from an Asian background, I’ve grown to love all things soy, including soymilk. I also love the taste of almond milk, but those two are the extent of dairy alternatives that I’ve tried, and they’ve both irritated my system at some point or another during my illness. So with that said, I feel cautious yet interested to try hemp products. I’ve passed them on the shelves of my favorite store, Whole Foods Market, countless times but have yet to give them a try. I’ve never actually won any free products, so this might be a great chance for me to discover something new that works well for me, especially since I could use something that would potentially help me with weight gain. I definitely look forward to trying hemp products in future because of their wonderful health benefits. Thank you for this opportunity, Alisa.