Sprouts Garbanzo Bean Organic Seeds (LG)

Sprouts Garbanzo Bean Organic Seeds (LG)

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Garbanzo beans have been grown and enjoyed for thousands of years. This ancient ingredient is still a popular part of the cuisine of Asia, India, and the Mediterranean. Garbanzo bean sprouts are easy to grow and easy to digest. Delicious for snacking or adding to a variety of dishes. Rich in vitamins and minerals, they contain protein, plenty of fiber, calcium, iron, and vitamin C.

Sprouting is as easy as 1—2—3! Simply soak your seeds in water overnight (about 8 to 12 hours), place them in your sprouting container, then rinse at least twice daily until sprouts have reached the length you desire. See inside of packet for more information about growing sprouts.

Sprouts can be grown in a variety of containers. The easiest method is to use the Botanical Interests Seed Sprouter™. It provides optimal air circulation and drainage, and has removable tray dividers that allow you to grow up to four different batches of sprouts at once.

Sprout Seed Safety: To ensure you are purchasing the safest possible sprouting seeds, a sample from each lot we receive is sent to an independent laboratory where it must test negative for foodborne pathogens including E. coli, Salmonella, Listeria, and Staph. For maximum safety, it is recommended that you disinfect the outside of your seeds and your sprouting container prior to sprouting.

Sprouting Seeds at Home: Disinfecting, Growing, and Harvesting Tips

Artist: Susan DiMarchi

Testimonials

"They grow fast, taste great. I was very happy with the quality of these seeds. There were almost no seeds that failed to sprout.” - S. Murray



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