Ready ground for you. I bought two packs and the postage was the same as if for just the one. Better still it is GOLDEN flaxseed (linseed) which is said to be better tasting and is lighter in colour. It is usually a bit more expensive.
Go for it cos the MIM is gonna steal your Atkins heart away!
Just eating a MIM I made from the golden flaxmeal. oh what joy!
I just love it! Ha Ha. I am very glad because it has become a fantastic addition to my daily diet. I experiment all the time with new ways to use it.
First make the MIM Sona. Make it sweet as per the recipe if you like, or leave out the sweetener and cinnamon and add a little bit of salt and maybe pepper. You will then have a plain bun mix for a burger or sandwich.
I have now started to make chocolate MIMs. There are few words able to do justice to how yummy and filling these are, and wonderful for a choc craving.
I am in Phase 3 so can add cocoa and other things to my MIMs. Not sure if cocoa is allowed in Induction - have read that it is classed as a 'spice' so a small amount should not really be a problem, but this might need to be clarified. I like a fairly generous amount of cocoa, not a flat teaspoonful. If you are allowed it, add 'to taste' I think. It has to be really chocolate-y for me to swoon. I add a little vanilla flavouring, too.
I make them slightly less sweet than I would like, and have done since the first experimental mix. When I feel like it I add sweetener and flavouring (vanilla, for example) to cream cheese, whip it up together and use it as low carb 'frosting'. Delicious.
Using a savoury MIM mix as pizza base worked out very well - yum.