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  1. what?
    November 21, 2019

    “Ground flaxseed undergo grinding while flaxseed meal is grounded but readily processed for immediate consumption.”
    Ground Flaxseed: “first grounded and can be eaten that way or prepared as a meal”
    Flaxmeal: “First grounded and then processed as a meal”

    How are these different things? It sounds like you are describing the same thing in different ways and then calling them different things.

    From another website: “The word ‘meal’ is usually a term given to any seed, nut, or grain that is crushed to a powdery ingredient. For example, the ground corn is referred to as cornmeal. In the same way, flaxseed meal is also known as ground flaxseed”

    It appears these things are the same.

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    • Den
      October 12, 2020

      They don’t appear to be different from the confusing article–oh, maybe that you can grind your own flax seeds at home, but for “meal” it seems you have to buy it? Of course that increases your plastic consumption, price and inconvenience. Hmmmm, think I’ll just grind my own flax seeds and call it good.

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  2. Marsha Kramer
    December 9, 2019

    How much should you include in your daily diet? Can you consume too much?
    Thank you

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