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Organic Broccoli Sprouting Seeds - 16 Oz (1 Lbs)- Organic- Edible Seed, Gardening, Hydroponics, Growing Salad Sprout & Food Storage- Brocolli Sprouts Contain Sulforaphane
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- Certified Organic Broccoli Sprouting Seeds
- High Germination Rate
- Perfect for Growing Sprouts & Microgreens - Food Storage, Garden Seed & More
- Long Shelf Life
- Resealable Container - Handy Pantry Brand
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|Manufacturer Part Number||BR-6|
|Package Height||2.52 x 5 x 9.25 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.05 pounds|
Handy Pantry Brand Broccoli sprouting seeds. Sprouting Broccoli seeds has just recently become popular after it was discovered that they abound with the phytochemical, sulforaphane. Small quantity to bulk, resealable packaging. Certified Organic.
Nutrient dense, sprouting broccoli seeds are rich sources of vitamins A, B, C, E and K, anti-oxidants, the minerals calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc. Also carotene, chlorophyll, amino acids, trace elements and antioxidants. Organic Broccoli seed sprouts contain as much as 35% protein.
Top Customer Reviews
I saw that someone wondered about why their seeds are not sprouting completely. I would like to share the method I use to sprout them in case it helps. I use a quart size wide mouth mason jar with a sprouting lid. I put 2 tablespoons of broccoli sprouting seeds in it and fill it with purified water (you can use tap water, but I purchased a reverse osmosis system from Kinetico so I can always have purified water for my sprouts. There are other alternatives on the market which are cheaper solutions). I let them sit on the counter all day OR overnight (about 8 hours or so). Then I pour out the water they've been soaking in and fill the jar with water again to rinse off the sprouts. I let the water drain out again. After this beginning process is complete I rinse and drain the sprouts two times a day for about 3 days. You can do this longer if you want larger sprouts. I prefer this size. Now it is important to drain your sprouts at about a 45 degree angle so the water drains out and the sprouts don't rot. At this angle they get air circulation. I also twist the jar so the seeds get distributed around the jar. After about 2-1/2 days I have about 2/3 jar of sprouts and it's time for me to remove the little seed jackets. So, I fill the sprouting jar with water again and I skim off the seed jackets with a clean spoon. I keep swirling the sprouts in the jar until the majority of the seed jackets rise to the surface so I can skim them off. I don't mind having some of them left on my sprouts. Some people continue this process until they have removed the majority of them. It's harder to take them all off while they are this small. If you want more of the seed jackets to come off, grow the seeds a little longer. After I remove the seed jackets I drain the water off one last time. I let the jar drain all day OR overnight as the case may be. Then my sprouts are ready to eat. I remove the sprouting jar top and put a regular mason cover on the jar so that the sprouts don’t dry out and put them in the refrigerator.
I have broccoli sprouts every day because of the sulforaphane (the important cancer fighting property) in them. There are numerous research studies showing the nutrition and cancer fighting properties of broccoli and broccoli sprouts in particular. I have also grown broccoli sprouts as a micro-green in organic potting soil with excellent results. My preference though is to sprout them in jars, remove the hulls and then refrigerate them until I finish them and start on the next batch! They are a mild tasting seed and an excellent seed to start with if you have never sprouted before!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I missed the return stage due to time to try to sprout. So not happy. :-(Read more