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The Chia Company Chia Seed 453g tubs now only £5.00 @ Tesco (was £10.00)
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The Chia Company Chia Seed 453g tubs now only £5.00 @ Tesco (was £10.00)

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Posted 15th FebEdited by:"windhoek"

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Both black chia and white chia seed tubs are currently half price in-store and online at Tesco. What's chia seed, I hear you ask? It's that stuff that's bloody expensive but bloody good for you

Product Description
  • Chia is the highest combined plant source of omega-3, fibre and protein.
  • We know our chia is the best, because we grow it ourselves.
  • Non GMO
  • Pack size: 453G

Information
Ingredients100% Chia Seed (Salvia Hispanica)
StorageStore in a cool dry place

Preparation and Usage
  • Eat chia, every day. Chia can be eaten raw and does not require grinding. Mix 1tbsp into your muesli or cereal, into salads or smoothies, or add to your baking. Enjoy both black and white chia, there is no nutritional difference.

Number of usesServings per package: 30; Serving size: 15g (Max)

Additives
  • Free From Genetically Modified Ingredients

Recycling infoJar. Recyclable
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That’s a great price thank you - I make Keto crackers with these are they are delicious
What else can it be added to?
I use it in cereal, on toast, in salad, on crackers, in smoothies, on sandwiches and pretty much in anything as well as on everything
Bought seven hills 1kg bag from amazon for £7, not sure what's the difference
Also worth checking Costco if you are a member, as it is really cheap for a big bag there
robbielicious15/02/2020 18:15

Bought seven hills 1kg bag from amazon for £7, not sure what's the …Bought seven hills 1kg bag from amazon for £7, not sure what's the difference


Well this works out at £11.04 per kilo so that’s a difference of £4.04 per kilo
Madchester15/02/2020 18:27

Well this works out at £11.04 per kilo so that’s a difference of £4.04 per …Well this works out at £11.04 per kilo so that’s a difference of £4.04 per kilo


Great, any other difference? :/
robbielicious15/02/2020 18:15

Bought seven hills 1kg bag from amazon for £7, not sure what's the …Bought seven hills 1kg bag from amazon for £7, not sure what's the difference



Apart from price, the only other difference, if any, would be in nutritional values. If you click on the link you can scroll down to see the relevant info (the table won't copying and paste as formatted on the webpage, sadly).
39914891-JW1uj.jpg£6.99 a kilo vs tesco if anyone's interested
Edited by: "robbielicious" 16th Feb
I do wonder if sewage farms are growing more Chia plants as a result of more people eating them.

I've just been reading up on how to grow your own chia plants. I may give it a go. Chia tea would be an added extra.
1kg for £5 in homebargains.
Available much cheaper. delivered, on eBay.

I paid £6.45 for a kilo a couple of weeks ago.
Edited by: "Begize" 16th Feb
robbielicious15/02/2020 18:52

[Image] £6.99 a kilo vs tesco if anyone's interested


You're comparing per 100g vs per serving with that image, so doesn't make sense unless you know what the serving is!

Anyway Aldi's standard pricing is £1.25 for a 200g packet, so £6.50 a kilo. Voted cold as a result.
Edited by: "SirSpanky" 16th Feb
robbielicious15/02/2020 18:15

Bought seven hills 1kg bag from amazon for £7, not sure what's the …Bought seven hills 1kg bag from amazon for £7, not sure what's the difference


I try to always buy sevenhills. Good brand, can't remember how much I paid for the chia
Will try Aldis, thanks
I tried these for a year drinking a couple of pints a water with them per day. Literally did nothing for me...
Why do people eat these - is it for vitamins if you don't eat meat or just general health wellness? Thanks.
TK201316/02/2020 17:46

Why do people eat these - is it for vitamins if you don't eat meat or just …Why do people eat these - is it for vitamins if you don't eat meat or just general health wellness? Thanks.


I use it in my porridge it give it a nuttier flavour and it stops the porridge being too runny
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