Camelina seeds belong to the cruciferous family and are a well-kept secret for almost 3000 years. Because they contain 4g of fiber, 4g of protein and 1.5g of omega-3 per 20g serving (1 ½ tbsp.), camelina seeds are considered a superfood. In the kitchen, they are consumed whole or ground and will enhance the nutritional value, flavor and texture of your recipes for breakfast and snacks (smoothies, muffins, energy bars, etc.) and those of your savory dishes (pestos, soups, salads, grilled vegetables, crusted fish, etc.).
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