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Old Tue, Oct-10-23, 06:43
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Do you eat them, and if so, what do you do with them?
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Sometimes.

A tapioca substitute.

Soak chia in water
Add coconut milk

Use the amount of water and coconut milk to make your preferred consistency.

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Almond extract
AS of choice

I dont make often. Best kept to one serving.
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I bought some chia seeds from the bulk section at Winco awhile back. I made pudding with it. Then it sat in my pantry for a looong time.

But I did successfully incorporate a small amount into a one-pound meatloaf. I used it as a binding agent (instead of bread crumbs or rolled oats). I ground up the seeds in a coffee mill before incorporating them into my meatloaf mix. It worked well and I had a nice, juicy meatloaf. I *think* the proper proportion is one tsp per pound of ground meat. YMMV.
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