Organic Bean Sprout Blend - 10pk - Jackalope | Organic Herb Seeds, Microgreens, And Sprouting Seed Kits

Organic Bean Sprout Blend - 10pk

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A delightfully crunchy and sweet blend of adzuki bean, green lentil, mung bean, with a touch of spicy daikon radish.

Ready to harvest in 3 - 4 days, culinarily versatile (check out our recipes ;), and totally addictive, this Organic Bean Sprout Blend is one of our all time favorites! 

This bag contains 10 pre-portioned (40g) packets for sprouting in a 32oz mason jar. This will yield about 6 lbs of sprouts!

How to Sprout Your Seeds

Recommended Seeding: 40g per 32oz Jar (our packets are pre-measured to 40g)

Initial Soak: 6-8 Hours 

Rinse Frequency: 2-3 Times Daily 

Days to Harvest: 3-4 

Prime Nutrients:  Protein, Fiber, Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Manganese, Iron, Zinc, Vitamin C, B-Complex

This Bean Sprout Blend features a simple and perfectly balanced blend of mild, nutty legumes with the light zesty kick of radish. Allow your seeds to presoak for 6-8 hours to give adzuki extra time to soften and keep even germination with the softer seeds. Be sure to rinse 2-3 times daily, and cover from light during the 3-4 day growth. Although radish is a 5-6 day sprout reliant on sunlight for chlorophyll, it boasts a far milder note when kept in dark and enjoyed by day 3-4. The genius of this blend is that the radish sprouts don’t get to fully mature to their 5-6 day potential, keeping them mild, tempered, and even sweet when paired with pleasant lentil, mung, and adzuki. Bean Sprout Blend may even be enjoyed as early as 2 days for a quick legume sprout or as late as 5 days for more developed radish spice.

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There are few things in life more gratifying than growing your own food. To harness the power of the tiniest of seeds, and witness the magic of its leap towards life. This sense of independence and self-reliance gained from being in control of your food source is immeasurable.


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