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DAIKON RADISH SPROUTING SEEDS MICROGREENS Bulk 1kg

SKU: Sprouts Daikon
Regular price 19.99
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These are spicy and beautiful sprouts. Wonderful for the intestinal tract, as radish sprouts are anti-putrefactive and antiseptic. Contains vitamins A, B, C, E and K.

These dry seeds can be stored in the fridge for up to 1 year.

*Canada only. Sorry no USA sales for this item*

Soaking time: 4 hours

Rinse: Every 8-12 hours

Harvest: 5 days

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.

DAIKON RADISH SPROUTING SEEDS MICROGREENS Bulk 1kg

SKU: Sprouts Daikon
Regular price 19.99
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Description

These are spicy and beautiful sprouts. Wonderful for the intestinal tract, as radish sprouts are anti-putrefactive and antiseptic. Contains vitamins A, B, C, E and K.

These dry seeds can be stored in the fridge for up to 1 year.

*Canada only. Sorry no USA sales for this item*

Soaking time: 4 hours

Rinse: Every 8-12 hours

Harvest: 5 days

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.