- — Kosher, Non-GMO, Organic, Raw, Vegan
- — Rich in Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium
- — Great source of Phosphorus and Folate
Golden flax seeds, also known as golden linseeds, are small, golden-colored seeds that come from the flax plant (Linum usitatissimum) which is an annual herb that is native to the Mediterranean region. These Raw Golden Flax Seeds by Food to Live are whole and raw. It is an Organic product, that’s suitable for a Vegan and Paleo diets. Moreover, it is Non-GMO, Kosher, and contains no additives.
Nutritional Profile of Organic Whole Golden Flax Seeds
Organic Whole Golden Flax Seeds are rich in plant-based omega-3 fatty acids and lignans; thus are a great addition to a vegetarian and vegan diets. Moreover, Organic flax seeds are an excellent source of dietary fiber, protein, and various essential vitamins and minerals including Thiamin, Magnesium, and Phosphorus. Note that grinding whole flax seeds makes it easier for the body to absorb their nutrients.
How to Use Organic Flax Seeds
Organic Golden Flax Seeds are a popular ingredient in many recipes and can be used as a natural thickener in vegan recipes like sauces and gravies. You can also enjoy Ground Flax Seeds by sprinkling them on top of your morning bowl of oatmeal or yogurt, adding a crunchy texture and a nutty flavor to your breakfast. You can also mix them into smoothies or protein shakes for a healthy boost of fiber and protein.
Another fun way to use flax seeds is in baking. You can replace a portion of the flour in your favorite muffin or bread recipe with previously milled flax seeds for a nutty flavor. Add whole seeds to homemade seed bread, or grind the seeds to create vegan “flax eggs”. If you’re feeling adventurous, try making your own homemade energy bars or granola bars using flax seeds as a key ingredient. Mix them with nuts, seeds, and dried fruit for a nutritious and delicious snack that you can take with you on-the-go.Get creative and see how you can incorporate them into your favorite recipes!
How to Store Organic Golden Flax Seeds
Flax seeds contain omega fatty acids and can go rancid quick if not stored properly. Please store whole seeds in an airtight container in a cool place with a stable temperature. Refrigerating them would be best. You can freeze them if you shop in bulk and want to extend the shelf life of the product.