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 Fields of Agape Harvest Will Be Featured on WFYI

November 12, 2008 - Watch a television feature about the Fields of Agape flax harvest on WFYI-TV 20, Public Television. The story will air in the popular show Across Indiana at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, November 17, and will repeat on Saturday, November 22 at 6:30 p.m. The segment was written and produced by Shannon Cagle Dawson, owner of the Cobalt Blue Press bookstore in Knightstown.

One hundred percent organic Omega-3 Golden Flax Seed grown by Fields of Agape, LLC can be purchased at Edibles, Tuttle’s Orchard, and Goose the Market in Indianapolis; at Apple Family Farm in McCordsville; at the Downtown Farm Stand and Minnetrista Orchard Shop in Muncie; and at Cobalt Blue Press in Knightstown. Negotiations are in the works to have it carried by a Bloomington retailer as well.

How do you consume flax? Eating flax seed is considered by many to be a tastier alternative to downing flax seed oil each day. Eaten on its own, whole flax seed has a pleasant, nutty flavor. Easily ground in a food processor or coffee grinder, it mixes well in recipes from oatmeal to waffles to meatloaf. The seed is a favorite of bakers. A growing number of cookbooks featuring flax are finding their way into bookstores, including “The Flax Cookbook,” “The Good Mood Diet,” and several focusing on anti-allergen, whole food and ADHD/learning disability recipes.

 

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