Salvia hispanica, commonly known as Chia, is a flowering plant from the mint family native to central Mexico and Guatemala. 16th century discoveries place Chia as a key crop for the Aztec people, it was as important as corn, growing all year long.
Chia seeds are rich in omega-3 fatty acids since the seed yields around 25-30% extractable oil, including a-linoleic acid. Seeds are also hydrophilic, meaning they can absorb 12 times their weight in liquid, and develop a gelatinous texture.
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