Peanut Sprouts


Actually a legume not a nut, Raw Valencia Peanuts make for one way popular sprout! We got thousands of folks hooked on these over our years at the Dane County Farmer's Market in Madison, Wisconsin (where we sold sprouts every Saturday from April-November for 10 years). In our opinion, Peanuts are best when they put out only a bulge at their tip (germ), not a big root, but you can decide for yourself (assuming that you can keep from eating them long enough to let them grow).

So buttery, so sweet, by the handful.

Vitamins A, B, C and E
Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Niacin, Phosphorus, Potassium
Amino Acids
Protein: 20-25%

Our New Mexico farmer has produced another wonderful crop of very tasty valencia peanuts. They are always great, but I had to give them a shout out for their great work. Their 2011 crop was devastated by drought, so Peanuts were VERY hard to come by in 2012 - and their price skyrocketed! Every peanut product we buy is now more expensive - - it's supply and demand, as you know. Sadly 2012 was an even worse growing season for the organic peanut farmers we have long relied upon and they have had other issues that have made it almost impossible to meet demand for their Peanuts. We couldn't be happier to have their great product back - and in good supply. Sadly the price didn't come back down, but we've gotten used to that reality over the years, as much as we wish we didn't have to.

Seed Shelf Life: 1 year. Store in cool, dark, dry spot. Store in freezer to extend shelf life.

Peanut Sprouts

Raw Valencia Peanuts

Just Too Good!
Warning: Peanut Sprouts are habit forming.

Our Peanuts come from a source which is certified organic.

$12.34 Lb.

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  • Soak 4 - 12 hours
  • Rinse / Drain 2 times per day
  • Harvest 2 - 4 days
  • Yield 2 to 1
Sprouting Instructions & Video:
Growing Peanut Sprouts

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  • Yummy peanut sprouts
    My husband and I just love peanut sprouts. We eat them as a snack all by themselves, and also have tried them in a salad, beef stew, and chicken stir-fry. They are crunchy and taste terrific. BTW, I like to add some sea salt to the soak water. They still sprout, and they taste even better.
    Patti 2/23/2014