You're definately not supposed to cook with the oil. But, from what I understand it's OK to use ground flaxseed in baked items. I'm not 100% sure about this but almost all the information I've read about this, on the Internet, said it's OK. It's best to get them unground and grind them yourself.
Ground flaxseed is good in muffins. Here are some muffin recipes.
You can use ground flaxseed in baking to replace eggs as a binder. just use oh, a tsp. or so to a little over 1/3 cup of water, heat it up until it starts to gel, and then cool it off a bit in the fridge, to replace one egg.
i usually just add it dry to just about anything i bake. it has a really good taste.
My daughter mixes a tsp. of it every morning into her orange juice and drinks it down.
also Epinephrine, to solve all those bananas going bad in your fridge, toss them into the freezer, skin and all, for the next time you make smoothies. they will keep in there for quite a while, and the skin acts like a wrapper. i just run a little hot water over them when i need to use them, to help get the skins off.
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