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Flax Oil 250ml

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Flax oil is derived from the seeds of the flax plant and has a mild, nutty taste that can enhance the flavour of dishes without being overpowering. It’s packed with omega-3 fatty acids, which are fantastic for heart health, reducing inflammation, and even boosting brain function. Plus, it’s a great source of lignans, plant compounds that have antioxidant properties, just one tablespoon provides a good portion of your daily omega-3 needs. While it’s not suitable for high-heat cooking, there are plenty of other ways to incorporate flax oil into your diet.

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How to Use Flax Oil

Here are some friendly tips and ideas to get you started:
  1. Salad Dressings: Flax oil shines in cold dishes. Try whisking it into your favourite salad dressings. Mix it with lemon juice, Dijon mustard, and a pinch of salt for a simple, healthy dressing.
  2. Smoothies: Add a tablespoon to your morning smoothie. It blends well with fruits and veggies, giving your drink a nutritional boost.
  3. Drizzling: Drizzle flax oil over roasted vegetables, pasta dishes, or even popcorn. Its subtle flavour won’t overpower the dish, and you’ll get those omega-3s in every bite.
  4. Dips and Spreads: Incorporate flax oil into homemade hummus, guacamole, or any dip you love. It adds a creamy texture and enhances the flavour.
  5. Baking: While you can’t use flax oil for frying or sautéing, you can use it in baking. Substitute a portion of the fat (like butter or other oils) with flax oil in recipes for muffins, breads, or pancakes to add a nutritional punch.

A Few Tips to Keep in Mind

  • Storage: Flax oil is sensitive to light and heat, so store it in the fridge  to keep it fresh.
  • Shelf Life: Use it within a few months of opening, as it can go rancid. Always give it a sniff before use; it should smell fresh and nutty.
  • Moderation: Start with small amounts. Too much flax oil at once can have a laxative effect due to its high fibre content.

For allergens see ingredients in bold.

Produced in a factory that handles nut and sesame ingredients.

Cholesterol free.

TYPICAL VALUES PER 100g

Energy 3431 kJ
835 kcal

Fat 92.7 g
of which saturates 9.2 g
monounsaturates 13.9 g
polyunsaturates 69.6 g
omega-6 15.6 g
omega 3 54.0 g

Carbohydrate 0 g
of which sugars 0 g
Protein 0 g
Salt 0 g

To preserve flavour and nutritional value keep oil refrigerated and use within 80 days of opening.

Not suitable for frying.

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