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Sprouting Seeds for Culinary use
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Edible sprouted seeds have very high food value, are quick to produce and contain proteins, vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, chlorophyll pigments and enzymes.
Scientific studies have shown that the nutrient content in sprouted seeds can rise from 50-2000 per cent.
The average vitamin increase in sprouted seeds has been found to be around 500%, vitamin B contents can increase in by as much as 2000 per cent.
The nutrients from sprouted seeds are easily digested and absorbed. So sprout as many different seeds as you can and eat as many seed sprouts as you like.
Add seed sprouts to juices, sandwiches and salads. Sprouting seeds is easy and cheap and will help to maintain good health.

Sprouting Seeds at home
All you need is a large empty jam jar, a piece of cheesecloth (or fine net) a rubber band, fresh water and seeds or beans.
Alternatively you can purchase seed sprouting kits from garden centers or health food stores.
Kits are usually cheap, easy to use, and handy if you want to sprout a lot of seeds.

Seed sprouting
Put the seeds in the jam jar. Cover the seeds with clean fresh water. Cover the jar with the cheesecloth (or fine net) and secure with the rubber band.
Empty the water through the cover, and add fresh water. Leave over-night in a warm place, out of strong light. A window sill that does not get direct sun is fine.
Temperature around 20C will germinate most seeds.

Next day
Empty the water through the cover, and flush with fresh water. This time drain the seeds well and return them to their position.
Do this twice a day until the seeds start sprouting. Keep rinsing and draining the sprouting seeds twice a day and place them back into position.
As a general rule they are in perfect condition for eating when you see the first green leaves, at their most nutritious, crunchy and tasty.
Many seeds are ready within 24 hours. Others can take up to 5 days.
It is not advisable to keep any sprouts more than 5-6 days as their roots grow too long and often they develop a bitter taste.

Store your edible seed sprouts in an airtight jar or plastic bag, in the fridge, and eat them within about 3 days.

Some sprouts are tastier and easier to digest if the hulls are removed.
The last time you rinse lentil or mung bean sprouts put them into a large bowl and run water over them while squeezing the sprouts to remove the hulls.
Soaking the sprouts in warm water for a while also helps to remove unwanted hulls.

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Allium cepa sprouting seed

Allium porrum sprouting seed a

Allium porrum sprouting seed b

Beta vulgaris ssp vulgaris Beetroot sprouting seed

Beta vulgaris ssp vulgaris Beetroot sprouting seed

Brassica juncea Mustard sprouting seed organic

Brassica napus Rape Salad sprouting seed

Brassica oleracea Broccoletti sprouting seeds orga

Brassica oleracea Broccoli sprouting seed

Brassica oleracea Broccoli sprouting seed organic

Brassica oleracea Cabbage Red sprouting seed

Brassica oleracea Cabbage Red sprouting seed organ

Brassica oleracea Cima di Rapa Quarantina

Brassica oleracea Cima di rapa Sessantina

Brassica rapa Chinese Cabbage sprouting seeds

Coriandrum sativum Leisure leaf

Daucus carota ssp sative sprouting seeds

Eruca vesicaria ssp sativa Pronto

Eruca vesicaria ssp sativa Rocket organic seed

Eruca vesicaria ssp sativa Rocket sprouting seed

Eruca vesicaria ssp sativa Rocket sprouting seed o

Helianthus annuus Sunflower sprouting seed

Lens culinaris Lentil sprouting seed

Lens culinaris Lentil sprouting seed organic

Lepidium sativum

Lepidium sativum plain cress sprouting seed

Lepidium sativum Sprint organic fast cress

Lepidium sativum sprouting seed organic

Linum usitatissimum Linseed sprouting organic

Medicago sativa sprouting seed

Medicago sativa sprouting seed organic

Ocimum basilicum Cinnamon Basil

Ocimum basilicum Osmin - Red Boza

Ocimum basilicum sprouting seeds

Ocimum basilicum sprouting seeds organic

Perilla frutescens v crispa for micro perilla shis

Perilla frutescens v crispa Shiso Red

Perilla frutescens v crispa Shiso Red organic seed

Pisum sativum 4017 for pea shoots tendril type

Pisum sativum 4019 for pea shoots leafy type

Pisum sativum Early Onward

Pisum sativum Oregon Giant

Pisum sativum Oregon Sugar Pod mangetout

Pisum sativum Sancho

Pisum sativum sprouting seeds

Raphanus sativus f1 Leaf Radish Daikon 1805

Raphanus sativus f1 Leaf Radish Red Stemmed

Raphanus sativus Leaf Radish Daikon Red sprouting

Raphanus sativus Leaf Radish Daikon Red sprouting

Raphanus sativus Leaf Radish Daikon sprouting seed

Raphanus sativus Leaf Radish Daikon sprouting seed

Raphanus sativus Leaf Radish Rioja for micro radis

Raphanus sativus Leaf Radish Rioja Improved

Raphanus sativus Leaf Radish Sango red sprouts

Raphanus sativus Leaf Radish Sangria

Raphanus sativus Radish Caro

Raphanus sativus Radish China Rose winter

Salad Mix Spicy sprouting seed organic

Salad Mix sprouting seed 5 species

Salad Mix sprouting seed 5 species organic seed

Sinapis alba White Mustard organic seed

Sinapis alba White Mustard sprouting seed

Sinapis alba White Mustard sprouting seed organic

Sinapis alba Yellow Mustard sprouting seed

Sinapis alba Yellow Mustard sprouting seed organic

Toona sinensis

Trifolium incarnatum organic green manure

Trifolium pratense Red Clover sprouting seed organ

Trigonella foenum-graecum sprouting seed

Trigonella foenum-graecum sprouting seed organic

Vigna angularis Adzuki Bean sprouting seed

Vigna angularis Adzuki Bean sprouting seeds organi

Vigna radiata Mung Bean sprouting seed

Vigna radiata Mung Bean sprouting seed organic

Vigna unguiculata ssp. cylindrica green soya sprou

Vigna unguiculata ssp. cylindrica green soya sprou

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