Seeds

Highly nutritious foods, seeds are rich in unsaturated fat, omega 3 fatty acids, and vitamin group B amongst other vitamins and minerals. Most seeds can be sprouted at home in a jar or a seed sprouter. Sprouted seeds are highly nutritious and are a valuable source of vitamins and minerals all the year round. Upon cooking seeds lose their essential fatty acids so it is advisable to eat them raw.


Linseed

Linseed

Linseed add crunch and flavour when sprinkled onto salads, yoghurt and breakfasts – and they’re even tastier if lightly dry-roasted first. They’re great ground into a meal and added to bakes.

PER 30g SERVING:

Energy

670.2kj160.2kcal

Sugar

0.47g

Fat

12.65g

Saturates

1.10g

Salt

0.02g

282.6%

1.6%

42.2%

3.7%

0.1%

% of your guideline daily amount