Medicago sativa, Trifolium pratense, Raphanus sativus
For pennies a day, you can have the freshest, most nutrition packed sprouts possible by growing your own at home. Our certified organic sprouting seed will ensure your success. Anyone who has purchased sprouts at the grocery store knows that quality can vary greatly.
We put together this special mix of mild alfalfa and red clover, with just enough zingy radish to add lively flavor and texture to your sandwiches, but don?t stop there; try these sprouts in scrambled eggs or omelets, on salads, and stir-fried with other vegetables ? the culinary possibilities are limited only by your imagination!
There are several ways to grow sprouts; the easiest and least expensive is the jar method. All you need is a glass canning jar (quart or larger) and a lid. For complete instructions on how to grow sprouts using the jar method, see inside of packet.
If not properly disinfected, all seeds have the possibility of carrying E. coli bacteria or other foodborne pathogens. Please disinfect the seed prior to sprouting by soaking in a 2% bleach solution (1 tsp. bleach to 1 cup hot tap water) for 15 minutes. Rinse thoroughly.
Artist: Susan DiMarchi