Sandwich Booster Mix Organic

Sandwich Booster Mix Organic

SKU: SS252
In the Sandwich Booster Mix organic sprouting seeds are alfalfa, mung beans, red clover, and red radish. This is the combination that some studies suggest can prevent cancer and other serious health problems. And while it’s working wonders on your health, it also tastes good as well. Read More
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Certified Organic! In the Sandwich Booster Mix organic sprouting seeds are alfalfa, mung beans, red clover, and red radish. This is the combination that some studies suggest can prevent cancer and other serious health problems. And while it’s working wonders on your health, it also tastes good as well. Superb in salad rolls. A mixture of alfalfa, mung beans, red clover, and radish sprouting seeds. This blend has an appealing, crunchy texture, with a bit of succulence from the mung beans. This mix is superb for sandwiches and salads, and enormously healthy eating. Sprouts are easier to digest than mature plants, so your body will take better advantage of the powerful nutrients within. This blend provides vitamins, minerals, protein, and dietary fibre, all in a form that is easily digested.

Quick Facts:

    • Certified organic
    • Alfalfa, mung, clover & radish
    • Easy to digest
    • Highly nutritious
    • Super-food

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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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