How do you use chia seeds?
They can be eaten as it -- crunchy; stirred into a smoothie, breakfast cereal, pudding with a thickening effect; added to granola, bread, muffins. Use the search box for recipes, or search the WF site for more. Check http://food52.com/recipes... -- a smoothie lightly thickened with chia seeds.
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Or a pudding, such as this: http://food52.com/recipes... With blueberries out of season, you could use thawed and well drained frozen ones for this. Raspberries would work, too! Do a search on FOOD52 for "chia pudding" and a few others come up. Have fun! ;o)
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