Energy is the essential component of all life. A good energetic state of the cells is crucial for our health and well-being. Even temporary disturbances of this energy state can lead to a weakened organism and the development of various diseases.
- Good oxygen supply to the cell,
- Strengthened immune system,
- Harmonious metabolic processes,
- Maintenance of healthy cholesterol levels
- Psychological balance
Suitable for both vegan and raw food diets, we recommend it to all and sundry to include in their diet. To get you started, here are 3 easy recipes that illustrate the use of this soft, nutty and mild oil at any time of day.
Flax oil recipes
- Sweet curd/potato cream (For breakfast or dessert): 100g curd/quark, 3 tbsp milk, 12 tbsp fresh linseed oil, 1 tbsp honey. Mix curd and milk and stir until smooth, mix in oil and honey and enjoy with fresh fruit such as berries or banana puree, muesli or nuts as desired
- CARROT APPLE JUICE: carrots and apples in a ratio of 4:1 or 4:2 (if you like it sweeter), 1 tsp fresh linseed oil (can be extended with other vegetables). Depending on your preference, roughly cut carrots and apples and put them into the juicer. Stir in a teaspoon of linseed oil per glass and enjoy soon. The remaining juice can easily be stored in a glass bottle in the refrigerator for a few days.
- POTATOES WITH Flax OIL DIP (As a light dinner or side dish): Approx. 250g potato / person, 125g curd cheese, 3 tbsp fresh flax oil, 2 tbsp milk, pinch of sea salt, can be extended with 1 tbsp caraway seeds, whole; 1 tsp paprika, 1 tbsp onion, finely chopped. Boil or steam potatoes in salted water and then peel. Mix curd, linseed oil, milk and sea salt. Mix in spices or other ingredients as needed and stir again. Tip: Lightly roast the caraway seeds over a very low flame and then add them, so that their aromas unfold more intensively.