This item is currently on backorder but you can still purchase it now and we'll ship as soon as more become available.
Priced per 100g, so if the quantity ordered is 2=200g.
Flax seeds are easy to grind, and you likely have the right tool in your kitchen. Grind flax seeds at home using a coffee grinder, food processor or blender. Like coffee beans, you can grind flax seeds coarsely or finely, but generally, recipes call for finely ground flax seed.
Store in a clean, dry place at room temperature for up to a year. Some people keep a jar of flax seed handy on their kitchen counter.
Points of Interest:
No one flax seed is better for you than the other. Brown flax seeds provide the same nutritional benefits as golden ones.
Brown flax seeds are also known as linseeds. They are milled from #1 Canada "Omega" flaxseed. No preservatives or additives are used. They have a slightly nutty taste.