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- Packaged in re-sealable foil bags for your convenience.
- Can be eaten raw and whole. Ground and used in baked goods. Or soaked for use in puddings.
- Chia seeds are also known as Salvia hispanica, and are from a species of flowering plant in the mint family.
- Chia seeds are very rich in omega-3 fatty acids and are also a good source of antioxidants and a variety of amino acids.
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The safety of Chia seeds when used in bread at a maximum of 5% has been confirmed by the EFSA in its opinion adopted onMarch 13, 2009 (EFSA, 2009). Chia seeds are rich in: Calcium Omega3 Antioxidants and amino acids In addition, they can be used to help with weight loss. They have very few calories and contain no gluten. Chia seeds are very flexible and can be eaten in a variety of ways: Sprouted Whole/crushed - add to any food (hot or cold) for texture, sprinkle on salads or cereal. They can also be used in baking or as a thickening agent. Crushed seeds will release the most Omega3. Chia Gel - chia seeds can be combined with water (or any liquid) to produce a gel-like consistency. This can be eaten/drunk as it is, or added to foods. Smoothies can be made with 50-70% chia gel or added to any creamy/liquid foods (puddings, dressings, jelly etc). To use as a thickening agent when you’re cooking, start with 1-2 tablespoons of whole seeds and stir thoroughly. Then turn down the heat and wait for a couple of minutes to the chia to take effect. How to make Chia gel: Use 1 part seeds and 9 parts water. Put the water in a clean container and slowly stir in the seeds. Wait 5 min then stir again. Wait 10 min then stir for the last time. The gel lasts up to 14 days in the fridge.
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