Chia Seeds come from the Salvia Hispanica plant which is native to South America. It was revered by ancient Mayans and Aztecs, who ate the seeds soaked in water as fuel for their long distance runs. Chia Seeds are high in protein and fiber; they are also a good source of Omega-3 essential fatty acids, calcium, and iron. Supercharge your days by adding a boost of Chia Seeds to your daily Super smoothies, snacks, and baked goods. Power up! Choose to live a Super life.
Shelf Life + Storage:
24 months, store in cool dry place
Soak 1 teaspoon of Chia Seeds in your choice of liquid (such as water, coconut water, nut milk, or juice) for five minutes for the seeds to bloom into a gel-like consistency. You may also mix in Chia Seeds to your smoothies after blending for a thicker consistency. For Chia Pudding, soak 1/4 cup of Chia in 1 cup of water or non-dairy milk for 5 hours. As a substitute for eggs in baking, use 1 tablespoon Chia with 3 tablespoons water to replace 1 egg.