Rock Melon Seed Mylk 250ml *milk alternative makes 3L+*
Rock Melon Seed Mylk 250ml *milk alternative makes 3L+*
Rock Melon Seed Mylk 250ml *milk alternative makes 3L+*
Rock Melon Seed Mylk 250ml *milk alternative makes 3L+*

Rock Melon Seed Mylk 250ml *milk alternative makes 3L+*

Regular price
$9.75
Sale price
$9.75

Concentrate makes 3L or more of Rock Melon Seed Mylk (8.5%)
1 Year shelf life

Try this life altering, creamy goodness in your smoothies, coffee, cereal, pasta, or even creating your own ice cream: the list is endless!

This eco-friendly mylk concentrate is made with 100% stone ground rock melon seeds with no nasty flavors or preservatives and will fill your body with the essential nutrients it needs so you can live your best everyday.

Just add one tablespoon of Rock Melon Seed Mylk to 250mls of water and BLEND, SHAKE in a jar or FOAM with a steam wand!

For more ideas and recipes, check out our Vigour and Vitality Recipes page.

Nutrition Table: Please see bottle images 

Origin: India

Variety: Cucumis melo

Cantaloupe is also called mush melons, muskmelons, Persian melons and rock melons which belong to the family Cucurbitaceae that includes watermelons and honeydew. It is widely grown in Europe and California. It weighs down from 500 g to 5 Kg (1 to 10 pounds). The seeds of Cantaloupe possess 30 to 35% of protein, 40-45% of fat, 8-10% of carbohydrate and minerals as well as fibers. It possesses omega-3 fatty acids such as oleic acid and linoleic acid. It also possesses the micronutrients such as potassium, selenium, zinc and copper. Cantaloupe seeds also contain high content of fat soluble vitamin E such as tocopherol.

History

It was originated in Persia and was cultivated by ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Europeans and Romans. The seeds was brought from Armenia and cultivated in 1700 which became the part of homeland of melons. European cantaloupe is the most popular variety which was cultivated in France. It was introduced by Christopher Columbus to North America in 1494 on his second voyage to New World. In 1881, Netted Gem was introduced by W. Atlee Burpee company.