Now Foods, Real Food, White Chia Seed, 1 lb (454 g)
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3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1886198 on May 20, 2009
I had read about Salba, but you have to order from the manufacturer, and nowhere around where I live carries it. Of course they want you to commit to auto shipping to get a better deal, but it's not as good as iherb.com's price. We add to smoothies, oatmeal, soup, whatever. It really has no flavor. Sometimes I add to water. Whatever you add it to it makes it thick, because there is a natural gel coating on the seeds that absorbs water and keeps you from being hungry as soon as usual.
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Posted by Reviewer2013200 on Apr 21, 2013
There were too many stems - way more than any other brand I've tried. So, I couldn't eat them.
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2830812 on Nov 27, 2012
I grind these in a coffee grinder and as a result have seeds which are delicious and very useable. I only use about 2 tablespoons a day or a little less and it is a great help with the IBS symptoms. They are tasteless and when ground (which is very easy to do) have a nice texture. I usually mix with my Keefer but also can mix with simply anything.
Tastes Great! From Northwestern NC
Posted by Reviewer1645012 on Dec 22, 2008
Very nice alternate to Flax seeds, and from what I read lasts much longer (5 years) without refrigeration.
Contains sand-like black specks :(
Posted by 4810570341646987769 on Feb 27, 2014
This is my first purchase of chia seeds. I soak my seeds in water and drink it throughout the day. I noticed black specks which I initially thought was just black chia seeds. However, when I crushed it, it resembles sand particles and tastes bad. Very disappointed. Upon looking at some other reviews, I realised I'm not the only one with this bad experience.