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Bob's Red Mill Organic Raw Whole Brown Flaxseeds, 24-ounce (Pack of 4) (Package May Vary)
- Case of Four, 24 oz. bags (6 lbs. total)
- USDA Certified Organic; Gluten Free; Vegan; Vegetarian; Paleo Friendly; Kosher Pareve
- Manufactured in a dedicated gluten free facility; R5-ELISA tested gluten free
- 1800mg Omega-3 fatty acids; Good source of fiber; Contains lignans
- Great for sprouting, grinding, or eating whole
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Bob's Red Mill is dedicated to the manufacturing of natural foods in the natural way. In their own words: "With all the sophisticated knowledge of recent times, no machinery has yet been developed that grinds grains into flour quite as well as our flint-hard quartz millstones quarried in France and used by discriminating millers since early Roman times."
"Our well-dressed (sharpened) sets of millstones turn the highest quality wheat into a finer, better baking bread flour than all the hammer mills, steel roller mills, steel buhr mills, or pulverizers ever built! These slow turning millstones grind the bran, endosperm, and germ (containing its nutritious wheat germ oil) into flour in a cool natural way, creating a more assimilable food."
Bob's Red Mill stone grinds all common and most uncommon grains into flours and meals on its over 100-year-old mills. They mix them into an astounding array of unique cereals, pancake and waffle mixes, machine and hand-made bread mixes, quick bread mixes, gluten-free mixes, and specialty grain products.
Size: Pack of 4
Whole Brown Flaxseeds.
Keeps best refrigerated or frozen.
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Top Customer Reviews
Amazon prime is selling organic flax seeds at eight a pound. This is half the cost but you get more so unless you will be consuming it immediately, insure to double bag and keep it away from light, moisture and air for freshness since it contains oil.
OILS: Rancid is a process of mother nature and has nothing to do with organic, conventional, GMO or the type of seed since rancid has to do with oil. It is not important if the oil or the tablet is even frozen at the time of production till you consume since any seed, and I mean any type of seed regardless of the brand will go rancid once ground and cracked open since the shell, the protection is removed which will allow air and moisture access the oil of the seed much quicker than when the seed is in a complete un-hulled form. The best example of rancidity is brown rice. Place some brown rice in freezer and you will notice in few months it will not even cook since the oils have gone rancid even if it was kept in a sealed container in the freezer regardless. Chia is the only seed that does not need to be ground in order for human body to digest and get the nutrients and can be stored for longer time than any other seed without going rancid. Sesame seed, flax seed, etc. are so dense that will pass through human body when not ground making it absolutely worthless since human body can not digest it in its natural form.
FIBER: Fiber is essential for body since fiber absorbs the unwanted liquid in the gut and body has to defecate that blown up fiber which in return lowers cholesterol, glucose, blood pressure, etc. and brings comfort and efficiency to human body unlike fat which stays in human body unless needed for energy. Flax is high in fiber.Read more ›
All of Bob's Red Mill products are of high quality and very fresh. An excellent company to buy organic products from!
Flaxseed is a wonder for digestion and generally good for you. I keep mine in the fridge and grind up a batch each week (also kept in the fridge). This reduces the chance of the oils in the flaxseed going "off." (I have had some which did, and if the flax tastes funny and not gently nutty, then get rid of it.) Don't buy the pre-ground stuff because it can go bad much more quickly.
Bob's Flaxseed is now something I buy on a regular basis.
With that said, make sure and check your local supermarket price for this item first. I have become so accustomed to getting deals on Amazon that sometimes I don't even compare costs. Winds up that the regular price for one package of this item at my local supermarket is $2.99. Could have gotten a bag for free and had money left over had I just checked while I was doing my regular shopping.
Like Costco, Amazon doesn't always wind up saving you money.
I toss them in everything and it makes me feel quite healthy and virtuous.
Seriously, next time you're grinding your own organic einkorn wheat berries for homemade chocolate chip cookies (with chocolate chunks you cracked off an 11 lb block of 70% dark callebaut chocolate), a touch of homemade vanilla and sweetened with stevia and palm sugar, be sure and toss in some freshly ground flaxseeds...you'll be wearing the fanciest of pants then. Fancy healthy pants, oooh la la.
Funny how that's seriously how I make cookies...it sounds high falutin' or...it sounds like I do a lot of grocery/pantry shopping on Amazon. haha
Annnnyways, I do toss in a few tablespoons of these flaxseeds in to all the flours I grind. If you don't have a flour grinder mill doohickey (I use a hand crank mill for some things and my dry container for my vitamix for others) then you can use a regular blender. Or leave them whole, it's all good.
My Mother is somewhere rolling her eyes right now at the idea of me rhapsodizing about home ground flours with healthy flaxseeds added in...what can I say, she knits, some people go overboard on manicures, car detailing, drag racing or hunting for sport...me, I make cookies from scratch...all the way scratch..well, I don't grow my own grains...hmmmm....yet..
These seeds are ridiculously healthy and if you have access to the internet you can learn all about them.
I also add them to porridge, breads, pancakes, salad dressings (whiz it up in the vitamix and it goes creamy smooth) cookies etc. Anything and everything.
If you don't like the flavour, they can have a sort of..hmm...to me it makes me think of fish oil..which is weird cause they are seeds...but if you don't like their flavour adding them in with other strongly flavoured things is great. Also start with just a couple teaspoons, as your palette adjusts you can up it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love Bob's Red Mill flaxseeds. Have been purchasing for years. Best quality hands down.Published 13 days ago by Wendy R.
Love flaxseeds! I put them in everything, especially great for smoothies.
I use Bob's Red Mill flaxseeds because firstly it is USDA certified organic. Read more
Awesome price and awesome product. Great deal. Thanks amazon for the great qualityPublished 26 days ago by Justin
I mix this with my Gerson Cancer Therapy cottage cheese & flax oil. It's what I eat every morning and much fresher than pre-ground.Published 1 month ago by Larry Christianson