By Kristen | July 17, 2020 Flax is a plant that is highly valued for its seeds and fiber. The seeds are edible and can be pressed into oil. The fiber from the flax plant, which is naturally smooth and straight, is used to produce textiles and paper ranging from linen to twine, to teabags!…

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By Kristen | June 10, 2020 We get lost of questions about flax seeds and chia seeds. Mostly, people wonder what’s the difference between them and why might you choose one over the other? Both Are Nutritional Powerhouses Chia seeds are round and rather neutral in taste. Flax seeds, on the other hand, are oval in…

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By Kristen | June 5, 2020 Credit 2020: Martha Dol. Adding flax seeds to your diet is a wonderful way to boost your nutrition. Just one tablespoon of flaxseed per day offers proven health benefits. Each tablespoon serving of whole flax seeds contains*: 54 calories 1.9 grams (g) protein 3 g carbohydrate 4.3 g fat…

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By Kristen | May 21, 2020 I first began baking with flax years ago, when I had a customer request vegan baked goods. In order to make my recipes vegan, I would have to find substitutes for butter (not difficult, oil works) and eggs (a bit more tricky). I did some research and quickly realized…

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