chia seed flour
Ideal for baking and refining smoothies, puddings and dressings.
The chia plant originally comes from Mexico and Guatemala, where it was already known to the Mayas and Aztecs as a medicinal plant and staple food. The black seeds are gently cold-pressed to extract the oil. The press cake resulting from this pressing process is collected and processed into fine chia seed flour. Due to its excellent binding capacity, chia seed flour is well suited for thickening sauces, soups and stews and for cooking and baking in general.
- Quality : organic
- Origin/Origin : South America
- Application : food, bakery
- Properties : gluten free, lactose free, vegan
Chia seed flour can be used in a variety of ways in the food sector and refines smoothies, puddings, pastries, dressings and much more. It is particularly rich in vegetable protein, omega-3 fatty acids and contains important trace elements, minerals and vitamins. Thanks to its slightly nutty taste, chia seed flour is the perfect ingredient for breads and other doughs. Due to its good binding capacity, it is also often used to thicken soups and sauces or as a vegan egg substitute.
- Rich in omega-3 fatty acids
- Ideal for baking and refining smoothies, puddings and dressings
- Good binding ability