linseeds

10 Ways with Linseeds

If you have IBS, you have probably heard of linseeds! But may be you’re unsure how to eat them. Get your free download… 

10 ways with linseeds

Also, if you follow a vegan or vegetarian diet (avoiding eggs), you can use linseed as an egg replacer!!

1 Tbsp milled linseed + 3 Tbsp water = 1 egg! (-leave to soak & go gelatinous!)
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TIP: You may want to use golden linseeds as these won’t look as noticeable in your cooked product. You may also want to use whole, then grind them yourself in a pestle & mortar/blender.

Linseeds are great for your bowels, but also full of fibre and essential fats. If you buy them from health food shops or the supermarket, they can be expensive, plus supermarkets don’t tend to sell big enough bags, well not for me anyway. So I use Amazon, as they are cheaper, you can get whatever type and pack size you want. So have a try and see how you get on – don’t forget to let me know how you get on and if you have any lush recipes you’d like to share!

 

 

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