Real Foods Organic Chia Seeds

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Customer Rating: 4.4
(7 votes)
100gr
£1.10 110p / 100g
250gr
£2.18 87p / 100g
500gr
£3.96 79p / 100g
1kg
£7.35 74p / 100g
3kg
£21.57 72p / 100g
6kg
£41.63 69p / 100g

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25kg
£163.19
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2 x 25kg
£159.93 / 25kg
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4 x 25kg
£156.66 / 25kg
(63p / 100g)

Ingredients

Organic Chia Seeds ingredients: Organic Chia Seeds

About Organic Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are one of the most powerful, functional, and nutritious superfoods in the world. The chia seed is an excellent source of fibre, packed with antioxidants, full of protein, loaded with vitamins and minerals, and the richest known plant source of omega-3 fatty acids. They are neutral in flavour and swell up in water. High in fibre 32g per 100g.

Chia seeds have so many wonderful applications, ground up they can be mixed with water as egg replacement, providing binding power for baked goods and are also used for thickening sauces. Or even soak some with almond milk and enjoy with chopped fruit for a delicious chia raw 'porridge'.

Country of origin: multiple - Argentina, Mexico, Bolivia, Guatemala, Paraguay, Peru.

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Customer reviews

These are lovely for a dessert - add 2 cups of coconut milk to half a cup of chia seeds and flavour with a couple of tablespoons of cocoa powder and a drop of vanilla - sweeten to taste, chuck the fridge for half an hour and you've a lovely, tasty, healthy dessert. Awesome!

By Jennifer Reeves on 06/08/2014

I tried the cake recipe using chia seeds and it was very tasty. I also love the idea of having strawberries for breakfast with a chia seed 'porridge', Delicious!

By Pamela Smith on 23/04/2014

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Gluten Free Orange Almond Polenta Cake Recipe

Summary: This deliciously crumbly cake is naturally gluten-free and can be made sugar free by using xylitol (which has a low glycemic index and that is actually good for your teeth) in the cake and drizzling the cake with plain orange juice instead of a orange juice and sugar syrup. Make it a vegan cake by replacing the butter with margarine, and every egg with 1 teaspoon egg replacer mixed in 2 Tablespoons water or 1 Tablespoon chia seeds or golden flaxseeds or linseeds mixed into 3 Tablespoons water.

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Overnight Oat and Chia Porridge Recipe

Summary: Try this creamy no-cook overnight chia seeds and oat porridge for a healthy start to your day. Oats are a great source of beta-glucans, which are known to decrease blood cholesterol and reduce the rise in blood glucose and therefore the insulin response after a meal. Both oats and chia seeds are fantastic sources of dietary fibre, in fact this porridge gives you almost 15g fibre, half your daily requirements. Oats and chia seeds also both have a healthy balance of healthy fats, good quality protein and energy giving carbohydrates, and they both keep you fuller longer, making this porridge ideal breakfast food.

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Raw Vegan Mango Coconut Passion Fruit Chia Pudding Recipe

Summary: Chia seeds are one of the most popular superfoods within the health community. Originally from Mexico, chia seeds are very nutritionally dense, being the second best plant source of Omega 3 ALA (an ounce - 28g - of chia seeds will give you almost 5g of Omega 3) after flax seeds, both better sources than salmon, and an excellent source of protein, Calcium, Phosphorus and dietary fibre (an ounce of chia seeds will give you almost half of the recommended daily intake of fibre). Chia means “strength” in the Mayan language, and it is said that Aztec warriors would travel great distances, carrying the equivalent of just one spoonful of chia seeds, along with their water pouch, and that this would be enough to sustain them for a whole day or running long distances and battles. Chia seed pudding is therefore an excellent choice for breakfast, to easily keep us fuelled until a late lunch. You can prepare enough chia pudding for a few days and keep it refrigerated. Given enough time, chia seeds will soak a lot of liquid, up to 12 times their volume. Adjust the amount of liquid to your preferred consistency and the soaking time available to you. I have included bee pollen in this recipe as some vegans include bee products in their diets, but please leave it out to keep this recipe strictly vegan.

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