I accidentally bought a big batch of flax seed meal. I thought it was a bag of plain flax seeds as the meal has no nutrition value other than being a good fiber source. The good Omega 3 acid fats are completely lost after 15 minutes in grounded plain flax seeds. So the bag is in the cupboard for now half a year and has to be used before going bad. What is better to do than a nice bread with it?
I found an inspiration on Wholesome Yum. But I changed entirely the flour. I changed the almond flour with flax seed meal and the psyllium husk with cassava flour. The coconut oil I changed into olive oil as I always try to use olive more than the coconut oil. I mainly use coconut oil now for beauty treats (hair, skin) than for cooking. I guess with ghee the taste must be even great.
The bread is so good that even my sweeter side likes it very much though he prefers soft, white bread with no crust. With Kerrygold butter (salted or unsalted), a slice of prosciutto or smoked salmon, who likes a sweeter version with homemade, sugar-free jam… the bread is great also as sandwich bread.
I still have to try freezing it but I guess it will be perfect as well referring to other breads I freezed before and they were all OK after defrosting, maybe better to toast the slices then.