• Ready to Sprout?

    by  • January 27, 2016 • In the Garden • 0 Comments

    With 13 certified organic sprouts to choose from, there are sprouts for nearly every recipe.

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    Sprouts are by far more nutrient dense than their mature plant versions. This is because a seed is not just a baby plant, it is also a tiny package of nutrients and enzymes ready to spring into action at germination. While types of sprouts vary, generally, studies show sprouting increases the quality and/or quantity of enzymes, digestible protein and starch, B-vitamins, and amino acids. But best of all, you can grow sprouts any time, even in the dead of winter, and most sprouts are ready to eat in 2-7 days!

    Where to start? Try these 2!

    Sandwich Mix – Our own special blend for fabulous sandwiches-sweet, mild alfalfa and mung bean and radish.

    Alfalfa Sprouts – One of the most popular sprouts, alfalfa is nutritious, and adds lively flavor and texture to tossed salads and sandwiches.

    Also available:

    • Alfalfa
    • Broccoli
    • Mung Bean
    • Radish
    • Rainbow Mix
    • Salad Mix
    • Sandwich Mix
    • Springtime Mix
    • Sunflower
    • Tasty Broccoli Mix
    • Wheat Berry

    Sprouter

    Our unique, easy-to-use sprouter from Botanical Interests lets you grow up to four varieties at once. Removable dividers keep varieties separated or allow you to grow more of one variety. The two trays allow you to sow new sprouting seeds every few days for a continuous supply. Trays are designed to hold optimal moisture for sprouting, while draining excess water. Bottom tray collects drained water and the entire unit works great for refrigerator storage. Bonus, it’s made in the USA!

    Want to learn more? Read:

    “Microgreens vs. Sprouts – What’s the Diff?”

    Safe ways to Grow Sprouts at Home

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