Linseeds are ancient seeds also known as flaxseeds or flax. Golden linseeds have nutty taste and are a little milder than brown linseed.
Cooking with Golden Linseed
As the body finds it more difficult to absorb the goodness inside the seed shell, you will get the most benefits from them if you soak them overnight or grind them yourself. Once ground they can quickly deteriorate, so I would recommend grinding them as you need.
Linseeds are so versatile, you can add them to almost anything - breads, biscuits, cakes, muesli, porridge, salad, soup, curry and stir frys. But beware of their fibre content and use sparingly until you know how your body reacts to them, so they don’t move through you too fast! Also, if you dont pre-soak them, make sure you increase your liquid intake a little as they like to absorb water.
British Grown Golden Linseed
Ingredients: Golden Linseed
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