Summer Fruits for Summer Health!

Summer is here!
On this, the longest day of the year. As summer arrives, it brings with it a bounty of colorful plant foods. You can take advantage of these for better health, when they’re at their peak of freshness and flavor. Some fruits though…are under-estimated.

The Watermelon
It’s got ‘water’ in the name, and, is indeed mostly water. (92%)
However, this doesn’t mean that it’s not nutritious. Watermelon is actually fantastic for health, with vitamin A, anti-oxidant pigments, vitamin C, even B and potassium too. So, don’t overlook this one as ‘a sweet wet fruit’, it’s actually a healthy choice. And, you can enjoy it in our chia recipes like Strawberry-Watermelon Quinoa, and our chilled watermelon gazpacho savory chia soup.

Enjoy several different types with their different tastes this summer to receive plenty of antioxidants from their rich dark color, vitamin c, soluble fiber vitamin k and even some trace copper. There are over 200 kinds of plums in the USA, but over 2000 world wide, so there are plenty to choose from. You can just slice and eat them, or make something like our Chia Plum Salad.

Even more fun fruit enjoyment ideas?
Keep cool this summer with popsicles! Don’t forget, we’ve got a whole Kindle book packed with colorful pops that are better for you too. It features lots of summer fun fruits in easy recipes. Fun Chia Popsicles!

Why are antioxidants important in the summer?
When it’s nice out, people will want to spend time outdoors having fun. And that’s great! But, more intense sun can mean more oxidative damage to skin. (So, do use suntan lotion and take precautions) If you do get more sun though, high-antioxidant fruits and veggies can help your body defend against damage. Fortunately, the solution is enjoyable eating with plums, peaches, watermelon, berries, mangos and more in season right now.

Xylitol for All? Sugar-Replacement Gains Popularity

You’ve probably heard of Xylitol, but what is it exactly?
It’s a sugar alcohol. Anything that ends in “itol” (malitol, etc) is a sugar alcohol. Most of these come from plants or plant byproducts. Xylitol comes from either corn cobs or birch trees. It’s used to replace sugar because it tastes sweet but your body can’t really break it down like sugar. It’s powdery/crystally and white, measured by the spoonful, and easy to use…but should you?

The current answer is “It Depends”

If you have a dog who might access it or Xylitol food/drink you’ve made: NO

Much like chocolate, onions & raisins that are harmless and safe for humans but hurts dogs, Xylitol is the same. If they eat it, or food containing it, they can get really sick or die. Treat Xylitol like you would chocolate for a dog and keep it well out of reach. Of course, they think it’s sweet/tasty too, just like you, so they’ll want some but it is paramount they don’t get it.

Where is Xylitol BEST used?
In gum! Cavity causing bacteria hate it. It has a few properties that bacteria don’t like, first off: it’s un-ferment-able, then, it has some ‘non stick’ properties that keep bacteria from clinging to teeth, cell walls and more. These combined actions give it a mouth-helping effect that’s already been studied to work. Having a piece of sugar-free xylitol gum after a meal is a good idea if you can’t brush your teeth.

The price is coming down:
You may notice the ‘sugar-free sweetener’ aisle in the grocery getting more diverse. This is a good thing as more options let more people make some healthier choices. However, it used to cost more to choose. But, as this sugar-alcohol has gained popularity, the price has come down–especially since corn-cobs would ordinarily go to waste. You may be able to buy a bag of Xylitol that’ll last months for under 10 dollars. (rather than tiny jars, mini-packets and other small portions) So, if something becomes a bargain & more widely available, it also becomes more likely to get used.

Side effects?
Like anything (almost anything) too much is no good for you & intestinal issues like gas, bloating, diarrhea, queasiness can result. But, the required amount to get to this problem point is pretty high, like 40 grams worth of high. So, its unlikely that merely sweetening a coffee with a teaspoon of the stuff is going to get anyone into trouble. Same with a cookie sweetened with it, or a drink where 4 tablespoons are diluted in 2 quarts of water. WebMD weighs in as well & of course studies are ongoing. But, if you’re looking at the side effects of loads of HFCS & sugar and aspartame vs Xylitol, you’re likely better off with Xylitol.

Of course, if some ‘healthy alternative’ appears, the MySeeds Test Kitchen has to look into it!
We’re well aware of the plague of sugar in almost everything & the bad health effects of too much sugar. If Xylitol can be a great replacement or help people get away from HFCS sodas that would be a big benefit.

Test #1
Kool Aid!
Kool Aid packets (makes 2 quarts) are unsweetened drink mixes with a great and appealing variety of flavors. Because they expect you to add your own sweetener, this gives you the opportunity to sweeten with anything you want, in any amount to get a desirable drink. Kids like it, there are enough flavors people can’t get too bored with it & it works well as a chia drink/snack replacer as it’s not too acidic. If someone’s trying to set down the soda for good, drink mixes like this can be a decent gateway.

Xylitol Kool Aid Recipe
2 quarts filtered water
3 to 4 tablespoons xylitol
1 packet any flavor Kool Aid drink mix
Optional per glass: mix in 1 teaspoon dry chia seeds & allow to gel in the drink

Xylitol packages say ‘equal to sugar’, but it actually comes across as sweeter than sugar so you DONT want to use a cup (as suggested on the packet) The key here is to stir in the powder, the sweetener, and then leave the pitcher to sit. Stir again after about half an hour. The package may say “works like sugar” but it doesn’t really dissolve that fast so leaving it alone in the fridge yields a better flavor/sweeter taste without having to add more.

Tricky Tricky:
As with all things that fool the tongue, they don’t fool the body. It tastes great, but keep in mind that you might get hungry sooner than usual if you are using non-sugar sweeteners. This can be combatted by adding fiber at the same time, like with chia seeds in baked goods, or by making chia drinks.

The bottom line:
Xylitol does its best job in gum, and isn’t a supplement. It’s ok to experiment with, but beware of getting too much. It’s probably better than corn syrup for you in drinks, but keep an eye on hunger levels/fight that with fiber and don’t go overboard drinking it all day every day.

Cheers For Chia! (And Chocolate)

We’re always looking around the internet for fun new recipes, chia news, facts and articles to entertain our fans.

But, what’s especially great, is finding someone who is posting about their own discoveries with chia. Someone who’s particularly happy, gets a great recipe right away, or is somehow inspired by chia to do something cool & post about it. These types of write ups are not only entertaining, they’re mood-boosting as well.

Would you like a chocolate pick-me-up today?
This particular blogger at BetterWithCake, finds out about the texture secret of whipped chia pudding. Regular chia pudding, as you know, is bumpy because of all the little ‘dots’ of gel made by the seeds. Some people care about these, while others don’t like the texture at all or think it’s gross. The solution, liked by both sides though is making it “whipped style”.

In this post, you can read about the health benefits of chia, see some great photos along the way, and then get a super chocolaty recipe to try.

Whipped Chia Chocolate Pudding

There’s coconut for richness & it’s just so easy.
What’s really fabulous here is the enthusiasm, extra chia facts and how fun the whole post is. With all the gloomy news around, watching a new recipe discovery unfold & share is a welcome break.

Use More Calories AND Feel Full Faster?

What uses more calories & helps you feel full faster?
The answer is…Unprocessed Foods!

Unprocessed foods are more difficult for your body to break down. You actually use more calories digesting unprocessed food, than you do processed items. You can use up to 70 extra calories digesting an unprocessed meal, as opposed to a highly processed one. 70 calories though, is only a little extra bonus. The real helper here, is how unprocessed foods help you feel full faster, stay satisfied feeling longer, and cut cravings for less healthy foods. Interestingly, they can do all 3…and here’s how:

First: Unprocessed foods are often full of fiber. Fiber can’t be broken down by your body, so it takes up space without contributing calories or energy. When you eat fiber, you feel full faster & stay full longer due to the ‘used up space’.

Second: Cutting cravings for unhealthy items? It’s possible, because certain kinds of bad bacteria can create cravings for more of what THEY want, which may not be good for you. Sugar loving bacteria might release a chemical that your body mistakes for a signal to eat more sugar. Fiber feeds good-guy bacteria (the probiotics) and they, in turn, stamp out the bad bacteria. Also, keeping food moving smoothly through the digestive system doesn’t let the bad guys have as much of a chance to hang around and disrupt your day with their common side-effects like excess gas, bloated feelings, & cravings.

Unprocessed vs Processed: What to choose?
Selecting less-process or unprocessed foods can be a tasty choice…if you know what to do, so some examples include

Oatmeal instead of oat cereal (or any processed cereal)
Don’t think oatmeal’s this boring thing either…everything from mango-lime chill overnight oats, to warm carrot-cake with cinnamon oat bowls can be on the menu within minutes with easy recipes.

Fresh fruit chia jam instead of jelly from the store
Making your own fruit jam (in exotic flavors you can’t get in stores like strawberry banana or peach-mango) by thickening with chia & blending it yourself gives you all the fiber of fruits without the high fructose corn syrup of store jelly. It’s easy to make and even though it goes into the ‘food processor’ to puree, it’s still a less-process item.

Eating Raw
Look for ways to eat raw at any chance as well. Recipes like cauliflower tabbouleh (where the cauliflower is shredded & mixed in), tropical green pineapple smoothie (tastes like pineapple, contains over 1 cup of raw spinach), and the crunch of sweet potato sticks in Ginger-Crunch-Rice dinner are all ways to explore raw.

A simple search for ‘unprocessed dinners’, can also provide a starting point for ideas. After all, Dr. Weil says “If it feels like a diet, you won’t want to stick with it.” Finding foods to actually enjoy, that keep you feeling full, AND are easy enough to make in today’s busy schedules are your keys to permanent success with healthier eating.

Recipes are key!
Knowing how to make unprocessed foods delicious is the key to getting to know AND like them. This is especially true in light of the new University of California study that found fiber triggers the release of the CKK hormone. This hormone (once it reaches your brain, remember, chemical communication in the body is slower, so 10 to 15 minutes) tells you you’re feeling full. Get your keys to the recipes mentioned above and many more…just to try! Then, you can even choose to get 1 new chia recipe each month to keep things interesting as well.

Honeycrisp? Living Up to the Name!

Heard of Honeycrisp?
It’s the new ‘fad apple’ on grocery shelves. And…it seems it’s all it’s “cracked up” to be! Or maybe that should be ‘crisped up to be’. If you can choose the correct honeycrisp, you’re in for a great apple eating experience that really is different from the ordinary apples you may be used to. There’s a reason this apple variety gains more popularity year after year, but first…how should you choose?

A real honeycrisp should be:
Spherical: It is a round apple, not tall, and no bumps on the bottom (feet)
Yellow & reddish: Mottled honeycrisp can have ‘stripes’ or ‘swirls’ of uneven reddish and yellowish colors blended together
Big: Honeycrisps tend to be large

Other apples have similar color schemes but DONT have that signature ‘snap’, so it’s important to choose from several factors before you buy in case someone’s put the wrong apple on the shelf/under the label.

“But apples are boring”
Well, they USED to possibly be. (How many people have said that, then turned down a slice of apple pie? Not many…) The problem with many apples is that they were bred for profits only, instead of flavor or texture. This led to the rise of the myth of the ‘only boring’ apple.

Honeycrisp taste & texture
The texture is snappy! It’s actively crunchy, never mealy, mushy or soft. You’ll get a sound with every bite. The interior of the apple is nice and sweet (But not too sweet like a yellow apple, sometimes) with good fruity flavor. However, there’s a little fun twist of sweet-tart tang hiding right under the peel! This is a zingy surprise so be sure to NEVER peel the honeycrisp, or you’ll lose this taste bonus. With these things combined, the experience is new enough to warrant a trip to the store at some point.

But…what should you do with the apple once you’ve got it?
Slice and eat…of course…or for a salad helper ingredient, or with some PB or AB, or diced over cinnamon oatmeal…but what about some nice dip?

If you’re feeling like a snack and looking for some crunch but you don’t want potato chips, some thin-slices of honeycrisp apple and this super chia strawberry dip will wake up your afternoon.


Creamy fresh strawberry flavor any time of the year!
Protein from Greek yogurt
Even more fiber from chia seeds to help you feel full faster
Great pectins & soluble fiber in the apple peel
No artificial sweeteners, no HFCS, no granulated sugar
Allergy help from local raw honey

The other bonus? This whips up in minutes. Don’t slow down for snack time, if you can blend, cut & sprinkle you can enjoy a healthier snack. Plus, the dip (and even the apple, if you wrap it up) will keep for days in the fridge if covered.

MySeeds Strawberry Dip for Apples
6 tablespoons plain Greek yogurt
2 tablespoons raw, local honey (only raw honey helps with allergies)
1/2 cup fresh or frozen strawberries
2 tsp to 1 tbsp. MySeeds dry chia seeds
4 ounces of 1/3 less-fat cream cheese

All you need to do is put everything here into your mini chopper or blender & puree until smooth. (You don’t even have to thaw the berries) By adding more chia, you feel full faster & stay feeling satisfied longer. You can vary the amount to your hunger level. This makes more than 1 serving of dip (it can also be a spread, if you like)

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If you like this recipe, and want more, we’ve got it! MySeeds has lots of chia recipes ready for you at our Chia Recipe of the Month club. It’s free. It’s chia. And it’s good colorful fun!

Infographic Challenge: Recipe Newbies

MySeeds was challenged recently!
Participating in an “info spreading” challenge was…well, challenging and lots of fun too. Each day of the week, participants were challenged to create something (an article, a graphic, etc) to spread info about a cool topic…but all in just 1 day from assignment to completion & posting.

Choosing to target ‘recipe newbies’ who want something new on the menu but aren’t into lots of detailed steps or spending time in the kitchen, we went forward with a ‘info-graphic’ type of colorful presentation. The Tropical Oat Bowl with fresh blueberries was a great candidate because it’s eye-catching and doesn’t look anything like how someone might expect oatmeal to look. JEChallengeGraphic

The graphic leads to a slide show (at SlideShare…not one of those annoying pages that keeps loading ads, instead, a real place to go to view content quickly) which demonstrates how Overnight Chia Oatmeal works, why the texture is smooth and different, and how quickly it works. It’s a real excuse eliminator: focusing on both time (so quick!) and taste/texture (ANY-one can make something they’ll enjoy)

Want to give it a shot? Try our Overnight Chia Oatmeal Slideshare , and see what this graphic is all about.

What’s the #1 Fear Most People Have When It Comes to Healthy Food Choices?

IS the #1 fear people have regarding healthy food choices?
There are many different fears, but they seem to all be able to condense into one main group:

“Giving Up”

There are different kinds of giving up, but if you add all of them together, from all the research, articles, blog posts & more on Google, you can likely conclude that ‘giving up’ sums up the #1 fear. What are the feared types of giving up?

Giving up on good taste:
People fear that eating healthier means giving up the flavors they love, the comfort foods, and the pleasure from eating.
Giving up on easy food:
They’re afraid they’ll have to give up their time making better food choices/healthier foods. They associate healthy food with time spent in the kitchen
Giving Up on feeling satisfied:
Oddly, some people seem to associate ‘healthy eating’ with being hungry often or not feeling satisfied due to skipping snacks.
Giving Up…on trying:
They fear that they’ll start in on a healthier path, then something will sabotage their efforts and they’ll be the ones ‘giving up’, but in a sense of quitting and just falling back into old habits.
Giving Up on social eating/fun:
Having to miss out on good times at dinner with friends is a scary prospect. People fear having to skip these good times to make healthier choices.

Beat the fears!

Fortunately, for every fear here, there’s a solution, and in solving the first two, you’ll have a much easier time solving the last two.

You don’t have to give up good taste to eat healthy.
In fact, healthier choices can often taste BETTER than unhealthy ones…when you have the right recipes. Real fresh fruit in a home-made apple-cinnamon cookie instead of “apple flavored pellets” in a box mix muffin.  For example, if you wanted the comfort food of chocolate ice cream, or a milk shake…but you knew the recipe for “Chocolate-Almond-butter Creamy Chia “NiceCream”, you could have all the chocolate taste you want (from cocoa powder) with the richness you crave (but this time, from healthy oils present in the nut butter and chia seeds) without any dairy, dyes, or high fructose corn syrup. Choosing the right recipe like this works for sweet or savory applications. Something like the Chia Black Bean turkey spice burger with zesty guacamole may be more appealing than a fast food burger.

Healthy CAN be fast and easy
What’s the meal that’s most important to be fast and easy? Breakfast. To dispel this fear, let’s start there. By putting down the toaster waffle and blending for a minute or two in the morning, you could have a delicious, high fiber, smooth and healthy alternative. Everyone has a minute in the morning to blend. For example, if you had the recipe for Strawberry-Banana smooth overnight-chia oatmeal  you could have a healthy breakfast so fast, that nobody could skip it. (Don’t think this is your grandma’s lumpy old oatmeal either, this stuff is a blast of real fruit flavor with a smooth consistency–enjoy any time of the year with frozen fruits. The secret is simply dumping everything in the blender the night before, then leaving it in the fridge to work its smooth magic!)

Fear Feeling Unsatisfied? Fiber is your solution
Fiber can be your flavor-free solution to feeling satisfied. Processed foods lack fiber, which leads to hunger faster. When you choose whole foods like fresh fruits, oats, nuts, seeds & more…all the good-for-you fiber is still there. They keep you feeling full longer. Fiber also powers up your good (probiotic) bacteria, which in turn, stamps out the ‘bad guys’ who may be contributing to unhealthy cravings. With healthier choices, there’s less to fear here, because more fiber means more satisfaction, not less.

You Shouldn’t Have To Try Very Hard
Eating healthy shouldn’t be a battle of wills. With delicious food you actually look forward to eating, you’re not having to ‘try hard’, and there for, not fretting about giving up, being sabotaged, or even wanting to go back to the old less healthy choices. Again, it’s the right recipes here that make the difference. Simple stuff you can whip up at home with common ingredients, then customize to your own taste. The key here is making yourself say “no contest!” Don’t want that spinach salad? Learn how to have 2 cups of spinach….while eliminating the flavor completely so it tastes just like a chocolate shake. It IS possible, through ‘food combining’.

Social Eating? No Problem
Here’s where the other steps combine to help you. As long as every meal isn’t a social meal out where unhealthy choices are all over the menu, you can easily put this fear into its place. Say it’s Italian Restaurant night…and you want Chicken Parm. But there’s no greens, meat is a fiber free food…are things looking bleak? Is it time for guilt?
No, because you did your food combining in the morning and already had a salad worth of greens, you threw chia seeds into your sandwich at lunch to boost your fiber, and you’ve got a fruity nicecream treat waiting at home to take away cannoli-related temptation. And even if you DO choose a cookie, “treat foods” once in a while are ok, because you’re making healthy choices a majority of the time.

As you can see, broken down, the ‘giving up’ fears aren’t as terrible as one might first think. Also, fighting one helps with all the others, which is a good added bonus/incentive. But, having the right recipes, and right fiber is the keystone in your efforts. MySeeds Chia provides both at once with chia seeds, the flavor-free fiber source AND recipe ideas that arrive instantly with our bonus cook books. Learning is your real #1 way to better health.

Peeps That Are Good For You? Wow! How?

NiceCream Peeps!
Celebrate spring with fun pastel shaped ice cream textured treats. When you combine a really cute Peeps silicon mold with MySeeds NiceCream, you can have mango-lime flavored yellow chick shapes and strawberry-banana flavored pink bunny shapes. A dot of chocolate makes the ‘eye’.

Nice Cream has been on the blog before!
Be sure to read up at MySeeds Test Kitchen Dairy Free Ice Cream if you like cool creamy desserts…in almost any flavor you already like! This better for you choice is made by swirling together whole fruit and bananas that never freeze quite solid. Chia makes this dessert more filling, so unlike marshmallows, you don’t need to eat a whole bunch to feel satisfied. Plus, have you ever seen tropical mango-lime ice cream on store shelves? When you’re in control of the flavors, you can choose your own tasty exotic combos.

Make these into “Peeps Pops” with a popsicle stick, or  they’re just as tasty in a bowl.


Get the recipe at MySeeds Peeps Shapes Nice Cream Treats .

Don’t have a mold? NiceCream is still good by the spoonful from a bowl. When you make it in your food processor or blender, the act of mixing it gives it the smooth, creamy texture of ice cream…but if you re-freeze it later, it’s hard enough to be like an ice-cream bar. (Though, you can’t scoop it–you’d have to let it thaw a little first, and this is why you can’t just buy it in stores/in a box/pre-made.)

Get hoppin’ into spring treats with MySeeds Chia!

Are “Best” Recipes the New “Worst”?

What’s the ‘best’?
Certainly not the word “The Best” any more…at least when it comes to recipes. If you’re a seasoned recipe-sorter & online searcher you’ll likely have run into something claiming that it is the ‘best whatever’ that you were looking for. Pie, bread, salad dressing, cake, or smoothie. It doesn’t matter, it was claiming to be the best one, but then when you made it…it decidedly was not. Perhaps, it was even mediocre. But why?

Because labeling ‘best’ is an easy thing to do.
Search engines like it because it’s a modifier to something that’s otherwise ordinary like “Pie”. It’s also pretty non-descript in it’s way; meaning that it doesn’t have any certain flavor, texture, quickness or method meanings attached. You can use it for anything. And for a while, it worked really well. Bloggers, recipe publishers, books, methods, ‘hacks’ and more for the kitchen were all labeling whatever they had ‘the best’.
When everything’s the best…then nothing is. Because there are 4 million “best banana breads”. It’s made the actual quality stuff worse than a needle in a haystack. What are you supposed to do when you have a recipe to share? How about if you’re looking for one? Well…stay away from ‘best’ for starters. You’re not likely to get it with this self-created problem-word any more.

How to solve it:
Look for a modifier word that MEANS something for the recipe you’re looking for. How about a great cake? Well, for someone who hates lemons, a citrus cake will never be best nor even great. When you’re looking for a recipe, think of what ‘great’ means to you. Is your ideal pumpkin pie cinnamon OR light-weight OR layered OR nutty OR any one of a number of modifier words that aren’t so prone to over-use? Use one of those type of words instead, and guarantee the results will have a characteristic you are looking for. You can get around the ‘best-overload’ by finding what’s actually “best” for you through the use of modifier words that are what you’re looking for, and are specific.

Further reading:
Food 52 also got fed up with this word and decided to test out no less than 6 banana breads in their experiment. If this issue is intriguing for you, or if you’d just like some banana bread…head on over to the Food 52 Article to see what they have to say. And, keep in mind that chia seeds are a great modifier for almost any banana bread. They add more fiber, can replace an egg (or some butter/oil) and you won’t even know they’re there.

What actually makes ‘the best’ chia seeds?
Cleanliness, a healthy mix of black and white, and…bonuses! It’s always better to get something free, with something you wanted anyway and chia is no exception. MySeeds Chia comes with 2 free instant cook books, so you’ll always know what to do with your seeds. After all, what’s best for one isn’t best for something else, so having plenty of ideas on hand, automatically, without having to search is a great plan.

Supermarkets: More Super Than 30 Years Ago?

Are supermarkets more ‘super’ today than they were 30 years ago?
Are you over 30 years old and remember how the nearest grocery used to be? It’s an interesting journey through time, and it shows supermarkets actually getting MORE super than they used to be! And that just doesn’t refer to the size.

Although, markets are getting bigger, from 35,100 in 1994 sq ft to 42,800 in 2015, it’s actually the ‘right’ sections that are getting bigger: the produce area! Fresh fruits and vegetables are your best tools for health, so to see this section get more variety and more choices for everyone is always a plus. But why and how are these sections expanding?

  1. Organic areas – Got to have 2 of everything now, an organic and a conventional
  2. Local produce- Everyone knows local is fresher, so adding local fruits or seasonal veggies and then announcing it on the shelf is a good idea
  3. Exotic Items – Did you see a purple cauliflower? How about a dragonfruit? These types of items would be a shocker in the 80s, but now, while not common…they’re still not a huge surprise. Of course, adding Thai peppers, exotic ‘moondrop’ grapes, and South American tropical fruits will take up more space too.
  4.  Pre-Prepped fruits & vegetables- Don’t want to core the pineapple? Buy a pre-cored one. Don’t want to cut up the carrots? How about some mini carrots. Bothered with broccoli? Florets are now in a bag. Busy people are willing to spend more in exchange for not having to do more food prep.

So, the title question’s answer is yes, they ARE more super!
Want to know more about the changes? You can read more at
Supermarkets Change over 30 Years

But what about chia? Do supermarkets have that?
Yes, lots of them do…BUT…that chia doesn’t come with anything. That may be ok if you only want to do 1 thing with chia, like make the same pudding all the time. But, if you want to enjoy ALL the ways chia can be used, like replacing eggs, reducing butter, making better salad dressings, unlocking the vitamins in greens, and so much more…you’ll either need to sit around on the internet for ages sifting through ‘dud’ recipes OR…
Get MySeeds! MySeeds is the only chia that comes with 2 instant bonus cook books so you’ll always know what to do with your seeds. It’s the perfect introduction to chia, or the perfect upgrade if you’re already using it. Don’t get a bag of seeds and a pile of questions, don’t end up wasting your chia and your money because you don’t know what to do with it. There are loads of delicious answers at your fingertips…but only with MySeeds.