The items on this page can be used for sprouting or planting!
Black Chia Seeds for Sprouting, certified organic, 8 oz.Salvia hispanica
This traditional Aztec food is very nutritious and is becoming increasingly popular in the modern world. Chia can be eaten sprouted or cooked. It can also be used for "chia pet" refills. The germination rate is very high. Chia is gluten-free, protein-rich, and highly mucilaginous, making it an excellent choice for diabetics who need to slow the conversion rate of carbohydrates. It is nutritious, takes only three days to sprout, and is so highly regarded that it holds a place of honor among super foods.
Crunchy Lentil Fest, Organic Sprouting Seeds, 8 oz.
These lentils can be sprouted and used in salad mixes. The mix contains Blue French Lentils, Red Lentils, and Green Lentils. These can be eaten sprouted or cooked and are a excellent source of proteins, amino acids, vitamins, as well as calcium and phosphorus. The taste is a bit zesty when eaten raw, as a snack or addition to a salad. The flavor and texture are nuttier when cooked.
Mung Beans for Sprouting, organic, 4 oz. Phaseolus aureus
Mung bean sprouts are one of the most popular sprouts. They are used in Chinese cooking and eaten raw. They are little crispy and have a slightly nutty flavor. They can be eaten as a meal or added to a salad or stir-fry. They are a good source of vegetable proteins and contain vitamins and minerals as well. Since they have vitamin C, beta carotene, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, it would be preferable for vegetarians and health conscious people to eat bean sprouts instead of multivitamins since the B vitamins in pills are not natural.
Salad Seed Mix, certified organic, 4 oz.
This combination of alfalfa, broccoli, radish, mung bean and green lentils adds interest and vitamins to salads. The sprouts are packed with nutrients, including the important B vitamins in food form. The sprouts are a bit crunchy, delicious, and and zesty. They are also very easy to sprout and have a high germination rate and excellent nutritional profile.
Sandwich Sprouts, 4 oz.
Organic red clover, organic alfalfa and organic radish sprouting seeds. Red clover is a cancer remedy and produces small sprouts that can garnish a salad. Alfalfa has amino acids, proteins, lots of vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C, D, E, K, as well as trace minerals. Radishes have vitamins A, B, C, E, and K as well as some minerals such as zinc, calcium, and iron.
Sunflower Seeds, certified organic black shell, 8 oz. Helianthus annuus
Sunflower sprouts are a super food and have a complete protein. They contain vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, D, E as well as abundant supplies of chlorophyll and iron that can contribute to blood building. They germinate fast and are easy to sprout, leafier than mung beans and not as crunchy. Baby sunflower sprouts make an excellent lettuce substitute. The nutritional value of sprouted sunflower seeds vastly exceeds that of shelled seeds.
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