BROCCOLI SPROUTING SEEDS 25g
Broccoli sprouts can easily be incorporated into salads or sandwiches. They add a pleasant crunch to foods and make an excellent carrier for sauces and salad dressings.
Most of the health benefits of broccoli sprouts come from their high level of glucoraphanin. Your body converts this compound into sulforaphane, which can protect your cells against inflammation and a wide variety of diseases including cancer, and possibly help with mental health.
Broccoli sprouts load a lot of fiber and protein into just a few calories. These sprouts are bursting with vitamins and other nutrients, including Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Calcium and Iron.
These dry seeds can be stored in the fridge for up to 1 year.
Soaking time: 1-2 hours
Rinse: Every 8-12 hours
Harvest: 5 days
Yield: 1 tbsp seeds yields approximately 1 cup of sprouts
Pack size: 25g, enough to make several servings, and about 3 packs of live sprouts.
Once your sprouts are ready, give them a final rinse, and then cover the container and store in the refrigerator until use. Eat within 2 to 3 days.
Methods and tools: There are many ways to sprout these seeds. Our favourite way is one of the easiest methods, and does not require any special equipment. It simply requires soaking the seeds for a short period of time, drain the water, and then provide regular rinses with clean water. A mason jar, a regular drinking glass, or any small glass container will work well to store and grow your sprouts. A fine strainer can be used to easily separate the seeds during the rinse.
Note: It is very important to rinse sprouts regularly to prevent the build-up of bacteria.