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You could but I would not recommend it. It won't taste right, but more importantly heat will damage the enzymes and the probiotics. Worse yet, there is maca powder in here and heating that causes it to gelatinize (it is a starch, heating any starch has this effect), so you'd basically be turning it into cook and serve … see more You could but I would not recommend it. It won't taste right, but more importantly heat will damage the enzymes and the probiotics. Worse yet, there is maca powder in here and heating that causes it to gelatinize (it is a starch, heating any starch has this effect), so you'd basically be turning it into cook and serve pudding. That may be fine if you want to eat it with a spoon, but it is not pleasant to choke down in a mug. I've found this as a side effect of blending to long in a vitamix even if I don't have frozen fruit or ice in it as it quickly heats up and thickens like paste. If you want a nice hot chocolate that is healthy for you, get some raw cacoa and mix in some honey or stevia and your milk of choice to taste ( http://amzn.to/2dRv5a2 ), just heat the milk a bit and toss it all in a vitamix and it whips up nice and frothy and delicious. see less You could but I would not recommend it. It won't taste right, but more importantly heat will damage the enzymes and the probiotics. Worse yet, there is maca powder in here and heating that causes it to gelatinize (it is a starch, heating any starch has this effect), so you'd basically be turning it into cook and serve pudding. That may be fine if you want to eat it with a spoon, but it is not pleasant to choke down in a mug. I've found this as a side effect of blending to long in a vitamix even if I don't have frozen fruit or ice in it as it quickly heats up and thickens like paste. If you want a nice hot chocolate that is healthy for you, get some raw cacoa and mix in some honey or stevia and your milk of choice to taste ( http://amzn.to/2dRv5a2 ), just heat the milk a bit and toss it all in a vitamix and it whips up nice and frothy and delicious.
Nathan P
· October 14, 2016
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If you use a full scooper (it’s in the tub but in shipping it gets at least 1/4 way down) 10 max. I usually use about 1/2 a scoop to 32 ounces of ice and water (sometimes ice and soy milk) in my 32 Oz shaker bottle so that it’s not so strong — especially the mocha or chocolate. FYI be sure to shake that thing until you… see more If you use a full scooper (it’s in the tub but in shipping it gets at least 1/4 way down) 10 max. I usually use about 1/2 a scoop to 32 ounces of ice and water (sometimes ice and soy milk) in my 32 Oz shaker bottle so that it’s not so strong — especially the mocha or chocolate. FYI be sure to shake that thing until you think your arms are going to fall off and then some more. see less If you use a full scooper (it’s in the tub but in shipping it gets at least 1/4 way down) 10 max. I usually use about 1/2 a scoop to 32 ounces of ice and water (sometimes ice and soy milk) in my 32 Oz shaker bottle so that it’s not so strong — especially the mocha or chocolate. FYI be sure to shake that thing until you think your arms are going to fall off and then some more.
rebecca
· September 2, 2020
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Yes I do it every day. You really don't need to add a lot to it because it's supposed to have a lot already in it, but I feel it's important to get some whole fruits and veggies too. Some days I add a few strawberries and almond milk or coconut milk (I'm lactose intollerant), some times more to make it more smoothie co… see more Yes I do it every day. You really don't need to add a lot to it because it's supposed to have a lot already in it, but I feel it's important to get some whole fruits and veggies too. Some days I add a few strawberries and almond milk or coconut milk (I'm lactose intollerant), some times more to make it more smoothie consistency...like adding a banana and blueberries too. Love this stuff. My doc was shocked at my antioxidant level without taking any supplements. see less Yes I do it every day. You really don't need to add a lot to it because it's supposed to have a lot already in it, but I feel it's important to get some whole fruits and veggies too. Some days I add a few strawberries and almond milk or coconut milk (I'm lactose intollerant), some times more to make it more smoothie consistency...like adding a banana and blueberries too. Love this stuff. My doc was shocked at my antioxidant level without taking any supplements.
Gina G
· September 6, 2015
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It does not have kosher designation. All plant based vegan and gluten free ingredients however.
ubuntu
· July 3, 2015
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The natural flavor does and I hate stevia, A LOT. I make it with a banana and 1 cup of water. Then I don't taste the stevia at all!
Ron
· February 8, 2018
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I think it tastes better than the protein and greens. The One blends smoother and has a better overall taste.
Elliot Ramos
· February 27, 2017
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Hey there,
Thanks for taking the time to ask about our ingredients of Vega One in the US. On recent productions of the Chocolate flavor, the products were made with labels that unintentionally omitted "hemp protein" in the ingredients list. However, as you noticed, the presence of hemp is listed as a source of Omega … see more
Hey there,
Thanks for taking the time to ask about our ingredients of Vega One in the US. On recent productions of the Chocolate flavor, the products were made with labels that unintentionally omitted "hemp protein" in the ingredients list. However, as you noticed, the presence of hemp is listed as a source of Omega 3 in the ingredients graphics. We have since corrected the ingredients list for this product and we are applying a sticker to the products that contain the misprinted ingredients list.
For the full ingredients list, please see the "Nutrition & Ingredients" tab on our product web page: http://myvega.com/product/vega-one-nutritional-shake/
~Jamieson, RHN
Vega Digital Engagement Coordinator see less
Hey there,
Thanks for taking the time to ask about our ingredients of Vega One in the US. On recent productions of the Chocolate flavor, the products were made with labels that unintentionally omitted "hemp protein" in the ingredients list. However, as you noticed, the presence of hemp is listed as a source of Omega 3 in the ingredients graphics. We have since corrected the ingredients list for this product and we are applying a sticker to the products that contain the misprinted ingredients list.
For the full ingredients list, please see the "Nutrition & Ingredients" tab on our product web page: http://myvega.com/product/vega-one-nutritional-shake/
~Jamieson, RHN
Vega Digital Engagement Coordinator

kat
· February 20, 2015
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You may want to try the Vega One All-in-One Nutritional Shake "Natural" Flavor. No added flavoring - Still good but not the over the top sweetness
Dona K Strong
· July 21, 2017
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The scoop/serving is 41 grams, approximately 20 serving in the large container I purchased. I also use Almond Milk and a little water to mix it up with. Sometimes I use it with fresh cut fruit drinks.
ms d
· March 10, 2015
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I would guess it would closer to the vanilla flavor since it doesn't really taste that strong.
ms d
· March 27, 2015