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Real Foods Poppy Seeds Blue

£1.00 200p / 100g
£1.76 176p / 100g
£3.63 145p / 100g
£6.72 134p / 100g
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(64p / 100g)
2 x 1kg
£6.08 / 1kg
(61p / 100g)
4 x 1kg
£5.76 / 1kg
(58p / 100g)
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About Poppy Seeds Blue

Poppy Seeds from Real Foods. Use in bread and cake baking or mix into salad dressings to add a little crunch and colour to your meal. They contain some niacin and folate, but poppy seeds are a better source of minerals. Just 1 teaspoon provides measurable amounts of calcium, iron and zinc. Poppy seeds also pair well with a bowl of brown rice and peas. They make a good addition to pasta, but tend to need a cream sauce because their flavour is lost in tomato sauce.

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Blue Poppy Seeds.

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Polly Graham I love to add poppy seeds to bread rolls when I make them. What I particularly like about these poppy seeds from Real Foods is that I can buy them in really small amounts if I want to, or if I know that I am going to be doing a lot of baking I can buy larger amounts and they cost me less per gram.

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