The Sprout House Assorted Organic Sprouting Seeds Mixes Sample, Pack of 12
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- Quality Certified Organic Non-GMO Sprouting Seed Mixes from The Sprout House
- 1 Dozen (12) of our most popular Certified organic Non-GMO sprouting seed Mixes.
- Small quanitites (about 2 ounces) of each seed.
- Makes a great gift!
- Holly's, Rainbow Bean Mix, Wisdom Blend, Salad Mix, Veggie Queen Mix, Hi Power Protein Mix, Bean Salad Mix, Lentils Together, Delaware County Mix, Jills Mix, TAsty Broccoli, Clover Mix
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Purchase your Certified organic Non-GMO sprouting seeds from The Sprout House. We care about our quality seeds. You are purchasing one dozen - 12 - of our most popular Certified organic Non-GMO seed mixes for sprouting in very small quantities of each seed. Approximately 2 ounces each of: Holly's, Mix the Two, Rainbow Bean Mix, Wisdom Blend, Salad Mix, Veggie Queen Mix, Hi Power Protein Mix, Bean Salad Mix, Mix, Lentils Together, Delaware County Mix, Jills Mix, Tasty Broccoli, Clover Mix Substitutions may occur due to seed availability
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1. Put about a tablespoon of the seeds in a little cup of warm water and let them stay a day or so to give them a head start. You will see the outer skins lifting off.
2. Put them in a container that you can easily water them twice daily and drain the water off. You don't want them to either drown or dry out.
3. Be careful not to put them in direct sun but do keep them at least at room temperature. You don't want them to cook in the sun or get too cold.
4. If you have a multiple containers, it is easy to try different varieties with this sampler. Just stagger them a day or two behind so you don't have multiple crops maturing at one time.
5. When they are mature you should harvest them by removing them from your growing container, rinsing them and storing in a Baggie in the refrigerator. They will last at least 3 to 4 days.
6. Generally, less is more with sprouts. In the beginning I found that I was soaking way too many seeds and growing too many spouts that matured all at once or over grew resulting in baby plants!!!!!
Growing spouts is a wonderful year round project. I found that starting in Winter was great as it gave me fresh greens daily and something to look forward to in the cold months when little was growing outside. Also, kids are fascinated with sprouting projects and it also gives them something new and healthy to try.
If this has been helpful in anyway please press the button and let me know. If you have questions please do not hesitate to contact me. Hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
My husband wanted alfalfa, and I wanted to try new things. My young kids wanted mild, the grownup kids wanted spicy. This kit was a great way to accommodate everyone. So far we've grown an amount that would have cost at least $30 if we'd bought sprouts in the store, and we've barely made a dent in our seed collection. Growing sprouts really can be a great savings of money. Add to that the fact that this doesn't cost more per pound than the non-sampler seeds, so you get to try everything without having to pay extra for the privilege.
You can do your sprouting with fancy equipment, but there is a much easier way. Get mason jars with rings, and cheesecloth. Put two tablespoons of seeds in a jar and close it with the cheesecloth in the ring. Then add water, swish, and pour out the water through the cheesecloth. Twice a day rinse after that, and keep it in a warm place. After about 9 days, the jar is full of sprouts. You can replace the cheesecloth with the mason lid, and put it in the refrigerator. I recommend putting a label on the jar, so you can keep track of which variety you have in it; then you can have multiple jars/varieties growing at once.
The packages are loaded with seed and the entire thing is a nice, hefty weight. I can honestly give this product a full 5 stars!!!
I tend to make about one Mason jar of sprouts a week, and these have grown well enough. The large majority of seeds are sprouting, so that's good.
Save yourself money per ounce and just get a single or two types of seeds in pound containers.