How To Grind Chia The Best Way

How To Grind Chia The Best Way

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By now you know I only buy the brand Salba Chia. It is in my opinion the purest, highest quality and best organic chia available. I wanted to see how to grind my Salba Chia. I hadn’t really thought about “grinding” it until I saw their website. So, of course, my sister Carol and I went to get a “coffee grinder”…..yep, it is really tiny about 8 inches tall. Of course you can buy it already ground as well. All I had to do was put the seeds in the grinder and push down to grind them. You have to check this out:

Salba is gluten free, raw, vegetarian/vegan, non-GMO, non allergenic, and has a neutral flavor profile. Salba can be easily incorporated into any recipe to boost the nutrition, which is especially beneficial in more specialized diets. Salba’s water absorption properties and high fiber make it excellent for increasing satiety, which is important to maintaining healthy weight. Salba also increases your energy, makes your nails, hair, and skin healthier, and improves regularity.

Salba Chia Gram for Gram provides . . .

  • 325% more fiber than oatmeal
  • 800% more Omega-3 (ALA) than salmon (EPA/DHA)
  • 30% more antioxidants than blueberries (based on ORAC values)
  • 1500% more magnesium than broccoli
  • 200% more potassium than bananas

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I love to grind my Salba Chia for my 20-ounce water container I fill and drink all day long. It makes me feel full and the health benefits are outstanding. I highly recommend this product for your everyday use AND for your food storage. A little goes a long way.

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  1. Great idea to put it in your water!

  2. Lauralee Hensley says:

    I used some of the ground Salba Chia (yep the same brand you have shown above) in my spaghetti sauce tonight.

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