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Sprouts

Sprouts

Sprouting in your kitchen is like having a mini garden in your house. Sprouting is a technique of using just water to germinate a seed for 1-2 weeks. Sprouts are then used on sandwiches, salads and more. Not only do they taste good but they are packed with beneficial nutrients. Sprouts come in many different shapes, sizes and taste! We offer a great assortment of sprouting seeds for you to choose from.

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The Dwarf Grey Sugar Pea is one of our customer favorite peas! This favorite bush pea produces an edible pod with attractive purple flowers. This variety is very flavorful and is ideal for steaming, stir-frying or eating fresh out of the garden. Dwarf Grey Sugar Pea is suitable for northern and southern regions, as it is tolerant to heat and cold.

True Watercress is a delicious highly nutritious aquatic herb. This watercress has a wonderful fresh peppery-tasting flavor. Being semiaquatic, this cress is a creeping perennial whose leaves are popular in salads, sandwiches and as a garnish. True Watercress grow rapidly in in damp soil and can be grown in pots of soil placed in a tub of water if water is changed weekly.

Broccoli Sprouts are a tasty treat that's very nutritious! This sprout has a high antioxidant content and contains up to 50 times the sulfurophane found in mature broccoli, by weight, so you get as much antioxidants in 1 ounce of Broccoli Sprouts as you would if you ate 3 pounds of fully grown Broccoli! Time to Sprout: 4-6 Days Flavor: Broccoli flavor with a bit of heat Nutrition: Vitamins A, B, C, E & K, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Potassium and Zinc, Carotene, Chlorophyll, Amino Acids, & Trace Elements, Protein: 35%

The Curled Cress is a highly nutritious aquatic green. This cress has been cultivated for hundreds of years. This peppery and pungent cress has the same tangy flavor as watercress, as they are of the same botanical family. Curled cress is great for seed sprouting or microgreen growing!

The Hard Red Wheat Sprouts can be used to make the classic Wheat Grass Power Drink! Hard Red Wheat is an easy to grow sprout and is delicious on salads, sandwiches, breakfast cereal and living bread. Wheat seed provides many health benefits that includes improving digestion. Time to Sprout: 2-3 Days Flavor: Soft and chewy grain. Creamy Nutrition: Vitamins B, C, & E, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Pantothenic Acid, & Phosphorous, Protein: 15%

Grow your own delicious and highly nutritious sprouting seeds! Easy to use, multi-tiered seed sprouter. This 4-Tray Seed Sprouter makes sprouting simple. Whether you are a novice or an expert, this 4-Tray Sprouter will make the experience easier. The 4-Tray Seed Sprouter produces nutritious sprouts in just 3-5 days. Simply spread the seeds in each tray and pour water in the top tray. As the water slowly siphons throught the tray below, the seeds are gently soaked to start the germination process. The four, 6" diameter trays, allow you the versatility you need by letting you grow the same sprouts in each tray for a large batch, or grow 4 different varieties at once. The BPA free plastic is dishwasher safe and easy to clean by hand.

Garbanzo beans are great for making homemade hummus. This unique heirloom variety produces delicious beans. Perfect for hummus and other Middle Eastern dishes. Also great for sprouting as well. Grow for a week and eat entire plant. Very nutritious! Contains vitamin A, C, calcium, iron and magnesium. Also known as chickpea. If using for sprouting they will be ready in 3-5 days.

The French Mix is a delicious mix of clover, arugula, radish and dill that has a nutty flavor with a slightly spicy kick. This mix is fast growing with a crispy texture that tastes great on many meals. The French Mix is our most popular sprout mix! Time to Sprout: 4 Days Contains: Clover, Arugula, Cress, Radish & Dill Flavor: Nutty with slight heat Nutrition: Vitamins A, B, C, E & K, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Potassium and Zinc, Carotene, Chlorophyll, Amino Acids, & Trace Elements, Protein: 35%

The Wheat Grass Sprout is great tasting and offers several health benefits. Packed with lots of beneficial nutrients, all you have to do is sprout the seeds to see these benefits. This variety offers a soft crunch to any salad or sandwich. Time to Sprout: 2-3 Days Flavor: Soft and chewy grain. Creamy Nutrition: Vitamins B, C, & E, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Pantothenic Acid, & Phosphorous, Protein: 15%

The Red Clover Sprout is almost Identical to the Alfalfa Sprout! This sprout has a nutty and mild flavor, but with a lighter green leaf. This sprout variety sheds its hulls more readily than the Alfalfa Sprout does and often lasts longer in the fridge! Time to Sprout: 6-7 Days Flavor: Crunchy flesh, mild and refreshing Nutrition: Vitamins A, B, C, E & K, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Potassium and Zinc, Protein: 35%

If you like the taste of fresh radish, then you'll love the taste of the Daikon Radish sprout seed! This variety is not too spicy and is super colorful, the power of germination! Add this variety to different salads or sandwiches. Time to Sprout: 4-6 Days Flavor: Crunchy with a bit of heat Nutrition: Vitamins A, B, C, E & K, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Potassium and Zinc, Carotene, Chlorophyll, Amino Acids, & Trace Elements, Protein: 35%

The Grain Mix is a spectacular mix of grain seeds to sprout! This sprouting variety is very easy and quick to grow. This mix is a nutritional extravaganza and a sweet treat as a breakfast cereal, just add some fruit and milk and dig in! Time to Sprout: 3-4 Days Flavor: Soft and buttery Nutrition: Vitamins A, B, C, & E, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Niacin, Phosphorous, & Potassium, Protein: 15%