Flax seeds 200 g
The great value of this spice lies in its high content of magnesium, chrome and essential fatty acids. The omega-3 and fibres prevent from bad cholesterol and cardiovascular risks. Flax is also famous for the lignans it contains, which are particularly efficient to fight against breast and prostate cancers.
Applications :Its sweetness and flavour reminds that of walnuts. Can be eaten raw, ground, cooked or roasted. Can be used in salads and vinaigrettes. Flax seeds stand high temperatures so you can add it to vegetables, red and white meat, potatoes.
They are also used to prepare home made bread, added in cereals, yogurts, waffles and muffins, and all fruit preparations (stewed fruit, jam).