Flax seed

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Flax seeds are a versatile and nutritious food that can be added to a variety of dishes. They are small, brown seeds that come from the flax plant and are packed with essential nutrients such as fiber, protein, and healthy fats. Flax seeds have a mild, nutty flavor that can be easily incorporated into overnight oats, smoothies, and baked goods. They are often used as a substitute for eggs or oil in recipes, making them a popular choice for those following a vegan or gluten-free diet. Overall, flax seeds are a simple and delicious way to boost the nutritional value of your meals.

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Most helpful reviews

Love the healthy benefits of flaxseed meal. I usually throw this into any foods at

home that I can like cereal, smoothies, pancakes, etc. Also great when I’m baking! 👍🏽

Flaxseed meal is a staple. Put this in smoothies or on yogurt with cereal

or I use it in my oatmeal (6mls) or even add this to tomato soup to thicken and add nutrition. I find it aids in digestion (I’ve got no medical proof), I just feel better or you can use the whole seeds as an egg substitute.

Super nutritious! I use these in my overnight oats and smoothies.

We use this as egg replacement in some foods. 3TBS flaxseed to 1TBS water- let

it sit for a few minutes to thicken up a bit and stir it in whatever you’re baking. No taste as it just works as a binder. I don’t bake much so not sure if it works for everything. I mostly mix it in peanut butter cookie mix and it works great!

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