Chia Seed, Black
Chia seeds were used by the Aztecs in Mexico and Native American tribes of the Southwest as a staple part of their diet. The color of the seeds varies based on different varieties of Chia within the species.
Chia seeds are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, protein and fiber. Best stored in cool, dark, dry conditions.
A member of the mint family, these tiny seeds can be enjoyed in many ways…added to smoothies, dips, yogurt, soup, or salad…as a substitute for eggs in cakes, or as a thickener in sauces…and they can also be baked into breads or made into pudding:
Chia Seed Breakfast Pudding
• 2 T chia seeds
• 1 handful each of your choice of nuts and dried fruits
• 1 to 1 ½ c kefir, coconut milk, or milk of your choice
The night before: In a container, add chia seeds, nuts, dried fruit and kefir/milk. Stir well, seal, and refrigerate overnight.
In the morning: Top with a drizzle of honey, bee pollen and hemp seeds. Makes about one serving.
|Origin||Central and South America|
|Available||Yes, Available to Order|
|SD120||25 lb bag||25.00 lbs|
|SD120-5#||5 lb bag||5.00 lbs|
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