Flaxseed – Brown Milled

Flaxseeds – Brown – Milled

GNADF premium, brown, milled Flaxseeds offer a wholesome, nutty flavor and a wealth of nutritional benefits, perfect for enriching any meal. Milled for maximum nutrient absorption, these Flaxseeds are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, dietary fiber, and lignans, making them a powerful addition to your daily diet.

Their finely ground texture ensures easy incorporation into dishes as a recipe ingredient or topping. Our Flaxseeds are non-GMO and gluten-free, catering to a wide range of dietary needs. Elevate your health and culinary experiences with our versatile, nutritious brown milled Flaxseeds, a simple choice for a balanced lifestyle.

Available in 8 oz., 1 Lb., 5 Lbs., 10 Lbs., 25 Lbs. sizes.
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Flaxseed – Brown Milled: Storage And Shelflife

Flaxseeds boast a commendable shelf life, lasting up to a year when whole and stored in an airtight container in a cool, dark, and dry place, with an extended freshness if refrigerated or frozen. Ground Flaxseeds, however, should be consumed within a few months due to their susceptibility to oxidation. To preserve their nutritional integrity and prevent rancidity, both whole and ground Flaxseeds must be kept away from heat, light, and air, ideally in moisture-proof containers if placed in the freezer, ensuring they remain fresh and flavorful for as long as possible.

Flaxseeds: Health Benefits

GNADF Flaxseeds are celebrated for their high content of dietary fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, and lignans, all of which are recognized for supporting overall wellness. Additionally, the lignans in Flaxseeds have antioxidant properties.

Flaxseeds: Recipe Inspirations

GNADF Flaxseeds offer a versatile addition to a myriad of recipes, enhancing both the nutritional value and texture of foods. Ground Flaxseeds can be used as an egg substitute in baking, perfect for vegan recipes, by mixing them with water to create a gel-like consistency. Sprinkling whole or ground Flaxseeds over oatmeal, yogurt, or salads adds a nutty flavor and extra crunch, elevating the taste and nutritional profile of these dishes. For a boost of fiber and omega-3s, incorporate Flaxseeds into smoothies, breads, and muffin recipes, or even use them as a thickening agent in soups and sauces!