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Organic chia seeds.
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Reviews For Organic White Chia Seeds
Based on 9 Reviews
Favorite chia seeds
I use these chia seeds in my oatmeal every morning. I agree that they are less noticeable (I am a teacher and I have to eat at school, and kids are often really weirded out by the black ones, hehe). I also think they are less crunchy and taste better. Good price for the size as well.
Mama Chia Organic White Chia Seeds
These are the best Chia seeds and great value! I prefer the white over the black, but that is a personal preference. I think they taste better.
- Sharon Wigder
I mix the chia seeds into my smoothie or into a fruit bowl or oatmeal and they are healthy and delicious.
less like poppy seeds
I like the fact this nutritional seed comes in a white variety as less noticeable for getting stuck in teeth etc. Good value for the quantity too.
I put these in my oatmeal every morning! I keep plenty on hand.
These white chia seeds are so much better than all the black chia seeds I've tried. They absorb liquid much better and taste better and you can't beat the price!
Tastes just like black Chia seeds
They're great! I love them in my morning smoothie.
Excellent price for a quality product!
For snacks or smoothies
I love these chia seeds. They're loaded with Omegas, protein and antioxidants, so if you're on a heart healthy diet or you're recovering from some type of vascular issue, these will do you good. They're also non-GMO, certified organic and optimal for vegans as well as those on a low-sugar diet. I like to eat them straight out of the bag for a protein boost, but I also sprinkle them in my smoothies in the morning for more flavor.
- Cameron Casanova
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