An ancient oil seed crop of Celtic Europe over 4,000 years ago, Camelina sativa contains significant levels of Omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E. Camelina is also called Wild Flax, Gold-of-Pleasure, German Sesame, Leindotter, Butterraps, and Ya-Ma-Ji.
Use this seed for quick sprouting, roasting, or added raw to salads or baking mixes. When Camelina Seed is ground and left in water (at a ratio 80% to 20%) overnight, it will form a gel that can be used as a binder (egg replacement) in baking. Use instead of poppy seeds on bread crust.
Available in 16oz packages
Purchase the seed in bulk for bird feed and garden/landscaping seed. Camelina meal from pressing and crushing is added to feed rations of chickens laying Omega-3 eggs.
y'all are awesome.love the purple prairie barley and lena camelina I get from the Minglement on Vashon Island. Keep up the great work.