There are many ways to consume flax seeds. Click on the related link below to learn how to consume more flax seed.
Ground flax seed it's healthier, and it's good money.
Flax seeds must be finely ground into a meal to get the maximum benefits from the omega-3 oil and dietary fiber. You can use a coffee grinder and dedicate its use to grinding flax seeds. Once ground, the flax seeds should be consumed quickly, because the oil in the seeds oxidizes rapidly. Try to consume 2 tablespoons of ground flax seed daily, and make sure you drink plenty of water when adding flax seed to your diet. Ground flax seed can easily be mixed into salad dressing, or added on top of dishes including salads, stir-fry, soup, stews, and cereal. Flax seeds are 35-40% oil, so a similar amount of oil may be omitted from any recipe requiring oil that also includes ground flax seeds. Similarly, about 1 tablespoon of ground flax seeds steeped in 3 tablespoons of warm water for 2-3 minutes will substitute for one egg in recipes.
Flax meal should be stored in the freezer and used up within a few weeks.
If you are trying to devise a healthy diet for yourself, what is important is not so much how many grams of fat you consume, as what kind of fat you consume, whether you are talking about saturated or high-cholesterol type fats such as you would get from eating bacon, which is bad for you, or omega-3 fatty acids, such as you would get from fish or from flax seed oil, which is beneficial.
By buying flax seeds from Taylor's seeds and plant them, keep putting fertiliser on the seeds, when they are grown you should have at least one "shining flax" when you come across a "shining flax" put it in a yarn maker in the animal shed, you NEED to buy a yarn maker from village shop, and it will make a "Shining flax yarn".
Flax seed is a very high source of gluten, and should not be incorporated into a gluten-free diet.
Flax seed meal is just ground flax seed. Although you should check and make sure on the package that it is 100% flax seed. There are varieties ( I know of one offered at Trader Joe's) That does contain blueberry and other additives. So be cautious when choosing your flax seed meal.
Flax seed come from the flax plant.
Flax grows from a flax seed.
Flax seed is derived from the flax plant (also known as common flax or linseed).
No, you should not cook with flax seed oil, nor should you heat it above 120°F. Flax oil contains high levels of polyunsaturated fats -- these are good for us when intact, but are destroyed by heat, thereby releasing free radicals. Use oils higher in monounsaturated fats for cooking (e.g. olive or canola oil) and only use flax seed oil cold, such as in salad dressings.
All you have to do is grow the flax seeds and then harvest them and you will automatically get the flax bedding and the flax. Hope this helps.
Flax is a plant with blue flowers and a flax dam is not really a dam but a pool where bundles of flax (flowers) are placed
Flax meal is just ground up flax seeds.
It should be stored in the fridge. It keeps for about 4 months.
Flax is a plant. The seeds are used to produce flax oil.
Ground flax meal is usually a finer consistency than simply ground flax. Ground flax will have larger pieces and will be a rougher texture.
Yes, flax as in flax seeds. Example: On a hot summer day, I like to eat flax seeds with lemonade.
Yes, flax is a fibre crop (hence linen). However, not all flax is grown for its fibre; some is grown for its oil. Hence, you have linseed flax and fibre flax. Flax fibre is primarily phloem fibre, meaning it's bast or soft fibre.
Flax feels alot like a horses main. It is kind of rough. In comparison to human hair, where it is kind of soft, flax is more stiff and hard. Flax comes from a flax plant. The flax comes from it's stems, which look alot like a bamboo. The flax stem is only about 3mm in diameter, where as the babmboo is larger.
you can pick flax at lletya, gnome stronghold, or catherby flax field.
Flax is used in many forms. It grows as a flowering plant, its seeds are used for food and oil, the fibers from the stem are used for thread, yarn, rope, and cloth. Some collective nouns for flax are:a field of flaxa bed of flaxa spool of flaxa skein of flaxa bolt of flaxa yard of flaxa package of flax seeda pint of flax seed oil
Flax seed oil is derived from flax seed. They both have many benefits of which you can read in the link below. However, flax seed is high in fiber and the oil is not.
It should say on the label on the container...