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Seeds There are 38 products.

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  • These little seeds are fantastic for Japanese and Far Eastern Cuisine. Traditionally added to salty snacks, sushi rolls and noodles, they can also be added to most dishes as a tasty condiment. They also go really well on deserts, natural yogurt, or porridge where their rich nutty flavour comes to the fore.

  • These little seeds are fantastic for Japanese and Far Eastern Cuisine. Traditionally added to salty snacks, sushi rolls and noodles, they can also be added to most dishes as a tasty condiment. They also go really well on deserts, natural yogurt, or porridge where their rich nutty flavour comes to the fore.

  • Chia seeds come from South America and can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. They can be lightly toasted and crushed and then sprinkled over salads, or other meals to add taste and texture. You can also sprout them and even make up Chia gel to use as a base for smoothies or shakes.

  • Chia seeds come from South America and can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. They can be lightly toasted and crushed and then sprinkled over salads, or other meals to add taste and texture. You can also sprout them and even make up Chia gel to use as a base for smoothies or shakes.

  • Chia seeds come from South America and can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. They can be lightly toasted and crushed and then sprinkled over salads, or other meals to add taste and texture. You can also sprout them and even make up Chia gel to use as a base for smoothies or shakes.

  • Chia seeds come from South America and can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. They can be lightly toasted and crushed and then sprinkled over salads, or other meals to add taste and texture. You can also sprout them and even make up Chia gel to use as a base for smoothies or shakes.

  • Also known as Flax seeds, golden linseeds are cultivated in the cooler climates of northern America, Europe and Asia. A good way to get the best from them is to soak them first. Put one heaped dessert spoonful of seeds into a glass, cover with water and leave overnight. Add the swollen seeds and water to a drink such as fruit juice or a smoothie, or to...

  • Also known as Flax seeds, golden linseeds are cultivated in the cooler climates of northern America, Europe and Asia. A good way to get the best from them is to soak them first. Put one heaped dessert spoonful of seeds into a glass, cover with water and leave overnight. Add the swollen seeds and water to a drink such as fruit juice or a smoothie, or to...

  • Also known as Flax seeds, golden linseeds are cultivated in the cooler climates of northern America, Europe and Asia. A good way to get the best from them is to soak them first. Put one heaped dessert spoonful of seeds into a glass, cover with water and leave overnight. Add the swollen seeds and water to a drink such as fruit juice or a smoothie, or to...

  • Also known as Flax seeds, golden linseeds are cultivated in the cooler climates of northern America, Europe and Asia. A good way to get the best from them is to soak them first. Put one heaped dessert spoonful of seeds into a glass, cover with water and leave overnight. Add the swollen seeds and water to a drink such as fruit juice or a smoothie, or to...

  • Also known as Flax seeds, golden linseeds are cultivated in the cooler climates of northern America, Europe and Asia. A good way to get the best from them is to soak them first. Put one heaped dessert spoonful of seeds into a glass, cover with water and leave overnight. Add the swollen seeds and water to a drink such as fruit juice or a smoothie, or to...

  • These delicious hemp seeds have been hulled, meaning they're easier to digest and use. Sprinkle them over salads, blend into smoothies, bake into bread or add to flapjacks and muffins. They pack quite a punch and are high in protein too!

  • These delicious hemp seeds have been hulled, meaning they're easier to digest and use. Sprinkle them over salads, blend into smoothies, bake into bread or add to flapjacks and muffins. They pack quite a punch and are high in protein too!

  • Ideal for home baking, smoothies, salads and cakes!

  • A super mix of Sunflower seeds, Sesame seeds, Pumpkin seeds, Golden Linseeds and chia seeds. Ideal for home baking in bread, this tasty blend can also be added to shakes and smoothies, or toasted and sprinkled into crumble toppings!

  • A super mix of Sunflower seeds, Sesame seeds, Pumpkin seeds, Golden Linseeds and chia seeds. Ideal for home baking in bread, this tasty blend can also be added to shakes and smoothies, or toasted and sprinkled into crumble toppings!

  • A super mix of Sunflower seeds, Sesame seeds, Pumpkin seeds, Golden Linseeds and chia seeds. Ideal for home baking in bread, this tasty blend can also be added to shakes and smoothies, or toasted and sprinkled into crumble toppings!

  • A super mix of Sunflower seeds, Sesame seeds, Pumpkin seeds, Golden Linseeds and chia seeds. Ideal for home baking in bread, this tasty blend can also be added to shakes and smoothies, or toasted and sprinkled into crumble toppings!

  • Poppy seeds have a distinctive flavour and can be used in bread, salad dressings and they are also great in cakes.

  • Poppy seeds have a distinctive flavour and can be used in bread, salad dressings and they are also great in cakes.

  • Poppy seeds have a distinctive flavour and can be used in bread, salad dressings and they are also great in cakes.

  • Pumpkin seeds have a great sweet and nutty flavour. They can be used in many types of baking, particularly in bread, but are also fantastic as a high protein snack. Try toasting them until slightly coloured, then add a splash of soy sauce.

  • Pumpkin seeds have a great sweet and nutty flavour. They can be used in many types of baking, particularly in bread, but are also fantastic as a high protein snack. Try toasting them until slightly coloured, then add a splash of soy sauce.

  • Pumpkin seeds have a great sweet and nutty flavour. They can be used in many types of baking, particularly in bread, but are also fantastic as a high protein snack. Try toasting them until slightly coloured, then add a splash of soy sauce.

  • Pumpkin seeds have a great sweet and nutty flavour. They can be used in many types of baking, particularly in bread, but are also fantastic as a high protein snack. Try toasting them until slightly coloured, then add a splash of soy sauce.

  • Pumpkin seeds have a great sweet and nutty flavour. They can be used in many types of baking, particularly in bread, but are also fantastic as a high protein snack. Try toasting them until slightly coloured, then add a splash of soy sauce.

  • Pumpkin seeds have a great sweet and nutty flavour. They can be used in many types of baking, particularly in bread, but are also fantastic as a high protein snack. Try toasting them until slightly coloured, then add a splash of soy sauce.

  • Sesame seeds can be enjoyed in home baking, stir fries and they are particularly good in biscuits and bread. They are also a good source of fibre.

  • Sesame seeds can be enjoyed in home baking, stir fries and they are particularly good in biscuits and bread. They are also a good source of fibre.

  • Sesame seeds can be enjoyed in home baking, stir fries and they are particularly good in biscuits and bread. They are also a good source of fibre.

  • Sesame seeds can be enjoyed in home baking, stir fries and they are particularly good in biscuits and bread. They are also a good source of fibre.

  • Sesame seeds can be enjoyed in home baking, stir fries and they are particularly good in biscuits and bread. They are also a good source of fibre.

  • They have a mild nutty flavour and are delicious sprinkled on salads or cereals and good to bake with. They are also great toasted especially when mixed with a small amount of soy sauce to make a fabulous tasty high protein snack.

  • They have a mild nutty flavour and are delicious sprinkled on salads or cereals and good to bake with. They are also great toasted especially when mixed with a small amount of soy sauce to make a fabulous tasty high protein snack.

  • They have a mild nutty flavour and are delicious sprinkled on salads or cereals and good to bake with. They are also great toasted especially when mixed with a small amount of soy sauce to make a fabulous tasty high fibre snack.

  • They have a mild nutty flavour and are delicious sprinkled on salads or cereals and good to bake with. They are also great toasted especially when mixed with a small amount of soy sauce to make a fabulous tasty high protein snack.

  • They have a mild nutty flavour and are delicious sprinkled on salads or cereals and good to bake with. They are also great toasted especially when mixed with a small amount of soy sauce to make a fabulous tasty high protein snack.

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