Salad Sprouting Seeds Organic

SKU: SS250
Mung beans, adzuki beans, chickpeas, red clover, radish, and green lentils — big, crunchy sprouts that are perfect as a salad topping, or as a salad on their own. This is the perfect mix of mild, but distinct flavours that combine for a deeply satisfying garnish or side course. Read More
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CERTIFIED ORGANIC! Mung beans, adzuki beans, chickpeas, red clover, radish, and green lentils — big, crunchy sprouts that are perfect as a salad topping, or as a salad on their own. This is the perfect mix of mild, but distinct flavours that combine for a deeply satisfying garnish or side course. This blend handles dressing beautifully. Grow Salad Blend organic sprouting seeds using the Biosta sprouter and harvest handfuls of perfect sprouts in only four to five days. This sprout blend has been a popular seller at West Coast Seeds for many years, and is much loved for its substantial sprouts and their mild flavour.

Quick Facts:

    • A blend of six ingredients
    • Makes really substantial sprouts
    • Mild flavour
    • Good cooked or raw
    • Certified Organic!

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How to Grow Sprouts

Sprouts can be grown in any climate. They mature in 3–5 days, and can be planted any time of the year. They don’t require soil or sunshine, but they contain nearly as much vitamin C as tomatoes. Plus they produce no waste. Spent sprouting water is full of nutrients and can even be used to feed houseplants.

Read this guide for additional information on different ways to grow sprouts!

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