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  • Chia seeds

    £0.80 for 100g

    One of the most nutritious foods on the planet loaded with fibre, protein, omega-3 fatty acids and various micronutrients. Adding chia seeds to recipes will dramatically boost their nutritional value.

    Eat the seeds raw; soak in juice; add to porridge, pudding, smoothies or baked goods; sprinkle on cereal, yogurt, vegetables or rice dishes;  use to thicken sauces and as egg substitutes in recipes; mix with water and turn into a gel.

  • Flax Seeds

    £0.40 / 100g

    Rich in the omega-3 fatty acid ALA, lignans and fibre, all of which have been shown to have many potential health benefits. Ground flax seeds are easier to digest (grind in a coffee grinder).
    Add them to drinking water; sprinkle on breakfast cereal; mix with yoghurt; add to baking mixes; mix into smoothies; add to water as egg substitute.

  • Hemp seeds

    £0.90 for 100g

    Rich in healthy fats, essential fatty acids, protein, vitamin E, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulphur, calcium, iron and zinc.

    Sprinkle into smoothies; add to cereal, salads, or yoghurt.

  • Linseeds (yellow flax seeds)

    £0.50 for 100g

    The richest plant source of omega 3 fats, lignans, fibre and phytoestrogens. Ground linseeds are easier to digest (grind in a coffee grinder).

    Add them to drinking water; sprinkle on breakfast cereal; mix with yoghurt; add to baking mixes; mix into smoothies; add to water as egg substitute.

  • Pomegranate seeds

    £1.50 for 100g

    One of the healthiest foods on the planet, packed with nutrients and powerful plant compounds. They have wide-ranging health benefits.  They can be crushed, ground or used whole.

    Ideal as a snack or in cereals and yoghurts, salads and other dishes;  popular in Indian cooking to provide a delicate sweet & sour flavour. slow cook with chicken or lamb; ground in chutneys, relishes, and spice rubs; with other fruits and wintry spices.

  • Poppy seeds

    £0.60 for 100g

    Particularly rich in manganese, calcium and fibre,

    Use in baking; add to salads and vegetables; as a topping to add crunch (eg on cottage cheese or avocado).

  • Pumpkin Seeds

    £0.78 / 100g

    Highly nutritious and packed with powerful antioxidants. They have been shown to have many health benefits.
    Eat the seeds on their own; add to smoothies; add to Greek yoghurt and fruit; sprinkle into salads, soups or cereals; use in baking for sweet or savoury bread and cakes.

  • Sesame seeds:

    £0.50 / 100g

    Sesame seeds: a good source of healthy fats, protein, B vitamins, minerals, fibre, antioxidants, and other beneficial plant compounds.Sprinkle the seeds on top of salads, stir-fries, or soups. Toasting sesame seeds makes them crunchier and can enhance their flavour (spread on a baking tray, bake for 5–10 minutes at 350°F).

  • Sunflower seeds

    £0.50 / 100g

    Sunflower seeds: especially high in vitamin E and selenium (which function as antioxidants) and a good source of beneficial plant compounds, including phenolic acids and flavonoids. Add to breads;  add to vegetables;  mix into granola; add to tacos;  use in pesto;  make burgers, use in cereal bars.