For those who already have a Sprouter, this sampler is a very good introduction to our unique offerings.
For Sprouting Instructions, click the name of the Seed or Mix you want to grow.
Great tasting, easy to sprout. Broccoli Sprouts can contain 50 times the antioxidant level of the vegetable version of Broccoli, so you get as much antioxidant in 1 ounce of Broccoli Sprouts as you would if you ate 3 pounds of fully grown Broccoli (Broccoli sprouts were patented! We're just relating what the published research (©Johns Hopkins University 1997) states). Broccoli is a very tasty sprout - it is the fresh vegetable our son liked best, for years..
Garlic is our favorite Allium. Though it is actually a chive seed, it tastes just like Garlic. You can find Garlic in our Leafy sprout - Italian Blend as well. One of the slowest sprouts, Garlic takes up to 15 days to finish sprouting - but it is worth it! An amazing flavor - assuming you like Garlic! This seed comes, once again, from a Certified Organic farm in the midwest. They produce the highest quality Garlic Chive seed we have ever seen!
Broccoli, Red and Green Cabbage, Oriental Mustard, Cress, Radish, Arugula, Mizuna, Tatsoi
8 Brassicas combine to make another lovely, delicious and of course nutritious sprout mix. In this case you get high levels of antioxidants (We aren't claiming that mind you, but the statement is based on published research) as well as the usual wealth of vitamins, minerals and amino acids found in sprouts.
We sold this fresh during our later years as farmers market vendors - it is an astounding and addictive mix!
Madison Market Mix is a very quick mix to grow, though the resulting sprouts are not so much sprouts as "Soaks" - that is, they plump up with water but produce no root. This mix has a shorter shelf life than most sprouts - once grown it is best consumed within 48 hours, but believe us - it won't last even that long once you taste it @:-)
An Onion seed produces a tiny onion plant - like a miniature scallion. Usually a sprout is a root, but in the case of the Alliums it is a shoot (that part of a plant which, if grown in a garden or on soil etc., grows above the soil) - which tastes just like an Onion, what else? Onion takes about 10 - 15 days to sprout. You will also find onion as an ingredient in our Russian Mix - which is our personal favorite leafy blend.