- Flaxseed was eaten like nuts by the early Greek and Romans. You may eat the natural, untreated seeds whole, ground into meal, or sprouted. Used in small amounts, they add a crunchy quality when making muffins, waffles, pancakes, granola, or cooked cereals. Two tablespoons of ground Flaxseed brings you the amazing nutritional benefits of omega-3, lignans and dietary fiber. (from Bob's Red Mill)Claims
- Gluten Free
Manufactured In A Facility That Also Uses Tree Nuts And Soy.