With more calcium than milk, about the same amount of protein as an egg and similar omega 3 fat as an avocado, these fiber-rich seeds are a great addition to any meal.
How to Choose and Keep
You can choose to get chia seeds in full form or ground form. I prefer full seed form to add as a garnish to foods and ground form for smoothies. Chia seeds in the bulk bins at the store should be dry and clean, or you can buy them pre-packed. Store in an airtight container in the fridge. They will stay fresh for a couple months.
Make sure to rinse them if you bought them in bulk bins. Pre-packed ones should already be cleaned, but you can always rinse again.
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1. Find grounded and whole chia seeds.
2. Add grounded seeds to morning smoothies.
2. Add whole seeds to stir-fry's, salads, soups and whatever else you enjoy.