A flax egg is used often in plant-based baking as a healthy substitute for traditional eggs. Flax is loaded with Omega-3 fat and budget-friendly. Join Chef Katie in the kitchen as she shows you how to make a flax egg and uses it for oil-free Smoky Roasted Almonds.
Step-by-Step: Flax Seed
How to Make a Flax Egg
Smokey Roasted Almonds Recipe
Healthy Vegetarian Flax Seed Recipes:
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More Flax Seed Love and Learning:
8 Reasons Flax Beats Eggs on Plants-Rule.com: http://www.plants-rule.com/blog/8-reasons-flax-beats-eggs?rq=flax
6 Reasons to Never Neglect Flax Seed by JAMES DEMEDEIROS at Men's Fitness: http://www.mensfitness.com/nutrition/what-to-eat/6-reasons-to-never-neglect-flax-seed
North Dakota is the leading producer of flax seed in the US. Here's a brief history about flax as well as how it is used... in everything from chicken feed to cigarette paper, at North Dakota State University.edu: https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/lem/flax/history-and-uses-1
About the Author:
Chef Katie Simmons
Katie is a Personal Chef based in Chicago. She specializes in creating delicious, healthy recipes for those with special dietary concerns like gluten-free, oil-free, plant-based, and low-residue. Outside of the kitchen, she is a Fitness Instructor for Equinox, with over 13 years experience in the fitness industry, and a blogger for Kuli Kuli Foods. For fun, she loves to travel, with her most recent travel involving 10 days of hiking in the Patagonia of Argentina and Chile.