Not really, but working all of this flax seed into my diet reminds me of the kids’ book, “How to Eat Fried Worms” As I recall from having last read this book in the ’70’s, a boy has to eat a worm a day for a month in order to win a bet. He uses lots of culinary creativity in his preparation each day but I think he has to eat the last worm raw.

Well flax seeds are much tastier than worms but as my cousin, Beth pointed out in the comments yesterday, 2 tablespoons is a lot. Yesterday I made a batch of flax-heavy carrot, apple, pistachio, and raisin muffins. They are pretty good. Today, I modified added the flax seed to a yogurt parfait I made:

Layer 1: 3/4 cup of Greek yogurt (used plain, non fat and added a drizzle of maple syrup)

Layer 2: 1 Tbs of flax see

Layer 3: Chopped peach

Layer 4: 1-2 Tbs granola combined with 1 Tbs. flax seed.

This time the yogurt/flax combo was delicious.
Bon Appetit!