Can be eaten whole or ground down into a fibrous flour.
Beneficial to slow constitution when eaten whole.
Full of omega fatty acids and protein.
Packed in Sussex.
Flax seeds can be sprinkled into your breakfast cereal, added to your fruit and nut mixes or used in baking to add extra fibre to the diet.
You can also make flax seed crackers by mixing flax seeds with enough water to cover them, leaving them to soak for an hour or two, pressing into biscuit shapes and dehydrating slowly in a very low-temperature oven or dehydrator.
Brown Flax seeds have a slightly richer, more intense flavour than golden flax seeds, but are nutritionally identical.