Also known as linseeds, flax seeds are extremely nutritious and are considered a highly functional food owing to their nourishing omega 3 fatty acid contents.
Flax seeds can be used in place of half the flour in any baked good, including breads and muffins, and are also commonly eaten on salads and cereals. They are also used as a meat replacement in vegetarian burger mixes and other plant-based dishes, and their oils can be used for dressings, dips and sauces and the tastiest vegan mayonnaise you’ll ever have the privilege of eating.
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