How about a muslin tea bag?? I used to do my flax seeds that way so I didn't have to strain them. Can one buy chia seeds locally?
Originally Posted by kathymack
The gel that forms from the chia seeds is gelatinous (like Knox gelatin) feels like thick water. Whereas I think the gel from flax seeds is more like an egg yolk, kind of tacky. The flax seeds seem to release from the gel easily for the most part. You know how flax seeds harden up in the pan if you don't rinse immediately, chia seeds rinse away easily.

I didn't check of my local health food stores. Purchased them online at: http://www.nutsonline.com/seedsspice...s/premium.html

Before anyone purchases any, I'd be happy to share my lot of seeds. PM me if you'd like me to send you some. I have about 3/4 of pound left.
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