Latin Name: Linum usitatissimum
Plant Family: Linaceae
Other Names: Alasi, Aliviraaii, Brown Flaxseed, Brown-Seeded Flax, Common Flax, Echter Lein, Flachs, Flachssamen, Graine de Lin, Kattan, Keten, Leinsamen, Linaza, Linho, Lino Comune, Linseed Flax, Lint Bells, Linum, Malsag, Saatlein, Ta Ma, Tisii and Winterlien.
Description: Say hello to our high-quality Linseed, a tasty way of adding extra fibre to your customer’s daily diet. Good news for plant-based foodies, these tiny seeds are high in omega 3 and are gluten AND lactose free! But what do they taste like? Linseed has a flavoursome buttery-nuttiness that will add a satisfying crunch to your products.
If nutritional value is important to you then sprinkle these seeds onto your breakfast cereal, yoghurt, porridge, smoothies, and juices. Add texture to soups, casseroles, dumplings, vegetables, salads, and cakes. Want an extra crunch in your baked goods? Mix into biscuit and flapjack recipes or top homemade breads and pastries with a sprinkle of these delicious seeds! Sesame seeds aren’t your friend? Then Linseed definitely will be as they make a perfect alternative to sesame tahini.
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