Salad Mix Sprouts Seeds

Organic

#7813
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The beauty, texture, and mingled flavors of these fresh sprouts will excite your palate! This special mix highlights the flavor of each component in a perfect balance. Alfalfa and red clover mix with a lively boost from the broccoli and kale. Burgundy amaranth adds a pop of color. Try these sprouts on sandwiches, hamburgers, tacos, and scrambled eggs or omelets. Add as a topper to soups and stews. The culinary possibilities are limited only by your imagination!
$4.99 30 grams

Botanical Name: Medicago sativa subsp. sativa, Trifolium pratense, Brassica spp., Amaranthus hypochondriacus

Days to Maturity: 5–7 days

Family: ALFALFA and CLOVER: Fabaceae. BROCCOLI and KALE: Brassicaceae. AMARANTH: Amaranthaceae.

Native: ALFALFA: Asia. CLOVER: North Africa, Asia, Europe. BROCCOLI and KALE: Europe. AMARANTH: Probably North America.

Harvesting: Enjoy Salad Mix sprouts when the tiny leaves have turned green, usually 5 to 7 days after starting. Salad Mix sprouting seeds have hulls (the outer seed covering), which can loosen during soaking and rinsing. Although the hulls are edible, you may choose to remove them for better sprout flavor, or to reduce the chance of mold due to excess moisture. To separate the hulls, empty your sprouts into a large bowl and fill it with cool water. Move the sprouts around in the water disentangling the sprouts and loosening the hulls, which will float to the top. The hulls can then be skimmed or poured off. Remove any unsprouted seeds at this time, too. Rinse the sprouts once more and drain thoroughly so they are dry to the touch. (Excessive moisture reduces sprouts' storage life.) Your sprouts are then ready to eat or store.

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Perfect Sprouts Every Time
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Obsessed with this sprout mix! It sprouts quickly and seems more resistant to mold than other sprouts I've tried in the past. My family enjoys them on sandwiches daily and of course, salads! I do wish there was a bit of a spicy sprout mixed in, but I can see where that might not appeal to everyone. Will definitely repurchase!
Madison
Owner Response: Madison, Yum! We love the Salad Mix Sprouts too! If you are looking to add a little kick to your sprouts, consider mixing in some of the Kohlrabi or 'China Rose' Radish Sprouting seeds with the Salad Mix or trying out the Sandwich Mix Sprouting seeds which contain radish. Thanks for your feedback!

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