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Alfalfa seeds come from a plant which is a member of the pea family.
Apricot kernels are naturally a source of amygdalin.
These whole, brown linseeds have a pleasant nutty flavour and provide a convenient way of increasing dietary fibre intake.
Chia is known as an ancient superfood of the Aztecs.
These whole buckwheat kernels are delicious cooked as an alternative to rice or pasta.
Millet has a mildly sweet, nut-like flavour once cooked.
These light brown seeds have a rich, nutty flavour and add a crunchy texture to baked goods.
Fennel seeds have a warm, liquorice-like flavour and can be used as a spice in cooking or baking.
Add flaxseed powder to cereal, porridge, yoghurt or smoothies.
Quick cooking oats with a sweet malty flavour and creamy texture.
These whole poppy seeds have a crunchy texture and a pleasant nut-like flavour.
These flat, dark green seeds have a subtly sweet and nutty flavour.