Flaxseed flour, also known as linseed meal, is a partially oiled vegetable flour. It serves as an alternative to wheat flour or egg substitute in baking recipes or other foods. By nature, flaxseed flour is: gluten-free. In addition to the valuable plant estrogens (lignans), linseed flour contains (lignans), many vitamins, minerals, trace elements and plenty of fiber. If you integrate just one tablespoon of linseed flour into your diet every day, you will feel the beneficial effects after just a few days. Use: You can thicken dark sauces with linseed flour. You can add it to your morning cereal or use it as a supplement when baking bread. Added to water or juice, it fills you up and provides important fiber for healthy digestion. You can replace about 20 percent of the amount of flour with flaxseed meal and you don't need to pay attention to anything when it comes to dosage. Recipe suggestion: BIO bread with linseed flour 20g BIO flaxseed hulls, 460ml water, 100g BIO buckwheat flour, 100g BIO rice flour, 100g BIO linseed flour, 1TL BIO pure tartar baking powder or baking soda, 1TL salt 1TL bread spice. Preparation: Soak psyllium husks, water and apple cider vinegar until a jelly-like mass is formed. Mix all other ingredients dry. Knead the dough or mix it very well with a machine. mix well. If necessary, add another 20 - 30 ml of water. Shape into a round and place on a baking tray. Bake in the oven at 190 °C top/bottom heat on the 2nd rack from the bottom for 70 minutes.
Organic flax meal
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