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I bought some chia seeds in Trader Joe's yesterday, remembering some discussions we had on this forum about how they're a good dietary choice.


I may have asked this before, but where (location) in the store did you find them? I was just there last night, but forgot to look/ask.


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I bought some chia seeds in Trader Joe's yesterday, remembering some discussions we had on this forum about how they're a good dietary choice.

But I don't remember what people were saying they were DOING with the chia seeds.

Recipes and tips appreciated.


  
http://www.downtoearth.org/recipes/breads/pumpkin-seed-bread

http://www.downtoearth.org/recipes/desserts/roasted-seed-trail-mix-bars

http://www.downtoearth.org/recipes/breakfast-new/roasted-seed-trail-mix-bars


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Ruthiegirl,

What section did you find these in at TJ's?.  I've been wanting to buy some but their so expensive!!!.  


Hi if they're so expensive maybe you can try to look for the Flaxseed. Flaxseed has more Omaga 3 than chaiseeds plus it is organic.  It's difficult to fine organic chaiseed.

1 oz. of Chaiseeds have omaga3 4915 mg
1 oz. of Flaxseeds have omaga3 6388 mg

They both should be ground, otherwise the body won't digest it well.

http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/nut-and-seed-products/3163/2

http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/nut-and-seed-products/3061/2


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I may have asked this before, but where (location) in the store did you find them? I was just there last night, but forgot to look/ask.


Near the cereals and flax seeds. It's a tiny bag and easy to over-look.


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I've been taking a Tbsp or 2 of fresh almond butter, adding some water,, 2 Tbsp. of chia seeds, a splash of agave and a healthy scoop of unsweetened cocoa.  Sometimes I add whatever fresh fruit is in the frig.  This morning it was a couple of pieces of pineapple.  I blend it in a Magic Bullet and then stick it in the frig. to thicken up.  It's a filling breakfast and a if a few spoonfuls are left, a great afternoon snack.  It's quite satisfying and filling.
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Jane, I will try your breakfast recipe. Sounds great.

Oops on the recipe I posted. I edited it to include the chia seeds.--of all the things to omit!




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