Seeds are by their nature high in energy, protein, and fiber. The whole, brown linseeds have a pleasant nutty flavor and provide a convenient way of increasing dietary fiber intake. Linseeds are also known as flaxseeds.
This product is packed in a warehouse where peanuts and tree nuts are present.
Serving and Usage suggestions
Whole or ground linseeds can be used in baking bread, muffins or biscuits. They are also tasty sprinkled over salads, cooked vegetables or muesli. Suggestion: Soak in water overnight to soften the seeds.
Country of Origin
Product of India
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|Single serving size =||15g (approx. 2 tablespoons)|
|Per 100g||Per single serving|
|Energy (kJ)||2 234||335|
|Glycaemic Carbohydrate (g)||2||0|
|of which total sugars (g)||1.6||0.2|
|Total fat (g)||42.2||6.3|
|of which Saturated fat (g)||3.7||0.6|
|of which Trans fat (g)||0.0||0.0|
|of which Polyunsaturated fat (g)||28.7||4.3|
|Dietary fiber (g)||27.3||4.1|
|Total Sodium (mg)||30||5|