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Gourmet Nut Chia & Flaxseed Pack (6)
This is not much of a deal. Search amazon for organic chia seeds & flax seeds (and the ones in this deal are not organic), & you'll find organic flax seeds for $3/lb, and organic chia seeds for <$15/lb (I pay <$10/lb by buying in larger quantities).
Chia seed, huh? If I plant these, will chia pets grow? I find them terrifying, I think I will pass on these.
soulanokha wrote:This is not much of a deal. Search amazon for organic chia seeds & flax seeds (and the ones in this deal are not organic), & you'll find organic flax seeds for $3/lb, and organic chia seeds for <$15/lb (I pay <$10/lb by buying in larger quantities).
Damn! I just bought three for approximately $82. 18 bags of expensive, inorganic seeds.
I too don't find this to be a deal at all. I prefer chia seeds over flax. Flax goes bad quicker and chia has more benefits if I understand it. I put a tsp into a protein shake and never taste them. They smell weird due to omega whatevers, but there are a great deal of health benefits to them.
Best deal on chia seeds I've seen is at Costco. Last time I was there they had a 4 lb bag for $10.