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Organic ground flax seeds | 2 kg
Organic ground flax seeds | 2 kg
Organic ground flax seeds | 2 kg
Organic ground flax seeds | 2 kg
Organic ground flax seeds | 2 kg

Organic ground flax seeds | 2 kg

  • Ground
  • Rich in fibre
  • Perfect for your porridge or muesli
  • High sweeling capacity
  • High in unsaturated fats
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£4.50 per kg

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Variety: Braun

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Everything at a glance Organic ground flax seeds

Are you ready for our ground flax seeds? An important part of thousand-year-long culinary traditions, here in Europe flax seeds compete with the more exotic chia seeds for the role of favourite superfood seed. Their nutty taste adds an unmistakable touch to every recipe, to which they also bring an extra portion of concentrated fibre. Moreover, flax seeds are a great source of plant-based protein, and are rich in healthy, unsaturated fats – yes, flax seeds are true power seeds!

Linseeds can be used in a variety of different ways in the kitchen: you can simply add our ground flax seeds to your morning porridge or yoghurt, or you can sprinkle your salad with them. They are also a great addition to your bread making! Talking about baking: if you love making cakes, crumbles, cookies & Co., but prefer to avoid eggs, flax seeds will become your right-hand man: they are a wonderful and quick alternative to eggs, and their effectiveness will amaze you!

A little warning: as flax seeds have a high swelling power, you should remember to always drink enough water and liquids when eating them – otherwise constipation and, worst case scenario, even intestinal obstruction can occur. Therefore, pay extra attention to your daily water intake if you consume flax seeds.

In case you are wondering why would we be offering this ground version of our delicious flax seeds, the answer is very easy: whole flax seeds are almost impossible to be digested by our body, as the tiny, hard shells go through our intestine intact. This is actually a real waste, as flaxseeds are packed with amazing qualities! If you don't have a kitchen mortar with which you can ground your whole flax seeds before using them, you have here the perfect solution: we at KoRo took up the job for you. Enjoy all the great properties of flax seeds with no effort!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 1867 / 453
Fat 31 g
   of which Saturates 3,0 g
Carbohydrate 0,0 g
   of which Sugars 0,0 g
Fibre 39 g
Protein 24 g
Salt 0,15 g

Order number LEIN_004
Origin Kazakhstan
Content 2 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654783353
Data sheet Specification
Eco-monitoring unit DE-ÖKO-001
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight and heat
Ingredients Flaxseeds
Cross-contamination May contain traces of GLUTEN, TREE NUTS, and SESAME.
Sales name Leinsamen, braun, geschrotet
Bio-sourced Nicht-EU-Landwirtschaft
Presse & Wiederverkäufer White background image

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01.07.2020
Neu im Sortiment Piran
0,45€ / 100g
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Organic ground flax seeds - Ein Blick hinter die Kulissen

Would you have guessed that the largest European rice-growing area is located in Italy? This staple food is cultivated here, between Piedmont and Lombardy,...

Italy is Europe's first rice producer

Would you have guessed that the largest European rice-growing area is located in Italy? This staple food is cultivated here, between Piedmont and Lombardy, since the 15th century. For over 400 years, the fertile soil of the Po region had nourished only one rice variety, but here now grow something like a few dozen varieties - including, of course, Italy's beloved risotto rice.

The grains of Oryza sativa are called rice. The annual rice plant can reach heights of between 50 and 160 cm, and each plant can have 10 to 20 narrow...

Rice plants are yearly plants

The grains of Oryza sativa are called rice. The annual rice plant can reach heights of between 50 and 160 cm, and each plant can have 10 to 20 narrow panicles growing on it, each of which can carry up to 200 grains of rice. A grain of rice consists of a seedling, the endosperm, and the so-called silver membrane.

Pre-germinated rice grains are disseminated by hand in the fields, which are then flooded, as the predominant rice varieties cultivated here are deepwater...

Sowing begins in May

Pre-germinated rice grains are disseminated by hand in the fields, which are then flooded, as the predominant rice varieties cultivated here are deepwater rice. The water protects the plants from weeds and pests, and compensates for strong temperature differences between day and night. Rice is not originally an aquatic plant, but has masterfully adapted to the conditions over the past millennia.

In the last few months, the green stalks have developed panicles, where the rice grows. Depending on the variety, it takes between three and eight months for...

Drainage of fields and start of harvest

In the last few months, the green stalks have developed panicles, where the rice grows. Depending on the variety, it takes between three and eight months for the rice to be ready for the harvesting: when the rice grains are ripe, the fields are drained. Within a few days, the fields change from lush green to shimmering yellow-brown, and the harvest can begin. One field after the other, the plants are harvested with hand sickles, bundled, and transported away. Some more modern mechanical alternatives to the strenuous manual harvest are being introduced worldwide.

80% of the world's rice production today takes place in wet rice cultivation

Pure mountain water for our organic risotto rice

80% of the world's rice production today takes place in wet rice cultivation

Several processing steps are needed for your rice to be ready to be cooked and eaten. After the harvest, the rice grains first have to dry. They may contain...

Several processing steps are needed for your rice to be ready to be cooked and eaten. After the harvest, the rice grains first have to dry. They may contain a maximum of 16% moisture, in order to be processed further. The resulting intermediate product is called 'raw rice' or 'paddy rice', whose grains still have their husks which form a kind of shell and protect the rice grain from environmental influences.

When the rice is dry enough, mill processing begins. The first step is to remove the husks, which make up around 20% of the original weight. Once eliminated,...

When the rice is dry enough, mill processing begins. The first step is to remove the husks, which make up around 20% of the original weight. Once eliminated, the actual rice fruit, consisting of the endosperm, seedling, and silver membrane, emerges. Natural or whole grain rice arrives into your kitchen in this form.

To make white rice, such as our risotto rice, the silver skin and the seedling are also removed - usually through rubbing the grains on stones. This cleaned...

To make white rice, such as our risotto rice, the silver skin and the seedling are also removed - usually through rubbing the grains on stones. This cleaned and the polished, our risotto rice is finally ready and poured into the large bags that will arrive at your door!

Questions about questions Organic ground flax seeds

Why crush the flaxseeds?

Flaxseeds can be consumed whole or ground, but, if eaten whole, they cannot be properly digested by the body. They go through our intestines intact, and all the amazing nutrients they contain are thus lost. This is why they should be ground before being used. If you do not have a mortar at home, you can rely on our ground flaxseeds for a delicious, nutty addition to your every recipe!

Are flaxseeds good to lose weight?

Due to their high fibre content and satiating power, flaxseeds can be a great addition to your diet! Don't forget, however, that the most important thing you need to pay attention to in order to lose weight, is your calorie intake. Also, a healthy and varied diet, and an active lifestyle, must come first.

Are ground flaxseeds healthy?

Besides unsaturated fats, flaxseeds contain a great deal of fibre, which play a crucial role in the health of our gut microbiome. In our Western world, people consume regularly too little fibre - therefore, flaxseeds can be a great way to add more of them to your diet.

How many fibres do ground flaxseeds have?

100 g of flaxseeds have 39 g of fibre. The other nutritional values are to be found on the product page or printed on its packaging.

How many calories do 100 g of flaxseeds have?

Per 100 g, our ground flaxseeds have 453 calories.

What are the nutritional benefits of ground flaxseeds?

Ground flaxseeds are not only high in fibre, but they also contain a great amount of unsaturated, healthy fats. Furthermore, flaxseeds have 0 g of carbohydrates and 24 g of protein per 100 g. The complete nutritional values of our ground flaxseeds are displayed on the product description page, and printed on the packaging.

How can I use ground flaxseeds?

Soaked in water, flaxseeds become an incredibly effective egg substitute, which is interesting for those of you who want to avoid eggs when baking. Apart from baking, flaxseeds can be mixed in your bread dough if you want to add protein and fibre to it, or can be sprinkled on top of your porridge of yoghurt for an extra filling breakfast!

Are flaxseeds rich in omega-3 fatty acids?

Flaxseeds contain many kinds of unsaturated fats, among which are Omega-6 and Omega-3 fatty acids.

How long do ground flaxseeds keep?

After being packed, our ground flaxseeds keep for about 12 months; the exact expiration date is printed on the packaging. To make them last as long as possible, make sure to store them in a cool and dry place, away from direct light, and inside an airtight container.

How much ground flaxseeds should I eat?

The correct and recommended dosage of flaxseeds should not exceed 2 tablespoons per day – and remember to drink plenty of water with them!

Are flaxseeds gluten-free?

Yes, our ground flaxseeds are naturally gluten-free.

Are flaxseeds good against constipation?

Thanks to their high content of fibre, protein, and unsaturated fats, our ground flaxseeds can be a wonderful addition to a balanced and varied diet - which is the foundations of a healthy lifestyle. But, if you have the feeling that something with your digestion isn't right, you should not rely only on flaxseeds but consult your doctor!

Can I eat flaxseeds during my pregnancy?

Of course you can, as flaxseeds are a great addition to a healthy diet, which is even more important during pregnancy. However, you should not exceed the recommended dosage of one tablespoon of ground flaxseeds per day, during pregnancy and lactation.

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