Radish Sprouts

Radish Sprouts

$10.80 Lb.

A Mix of Daikon and China Rose

Spicy and so very very very beautiful!
Like all sprouts, Radish sprouts taste like the plant they would grow into if planted in the garden.
If you like radishes you'll love Radish Sprouts.

Our Radish comes from a source which is certified organic.

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  • Soak 6 - 12 hours
  • Rinse / Drain 2 - 3 times per day
  • Harvest 3 - 6 days
  • Yield 5 to 1

One Radish sprout tastes just like one Radish, they are awesome! This combo of Daikon and China Rose is absolutely gorgeous! It produces a beautiful crop of multi-colored sprouts and is very easy to grow. If you like Radishes then you will LOVE these sprouts.

We noticed - during our decade as farmers market vendors, that Radish Sprout lovers have a sort of spicy character - no foolin'. We provided these sprouts to a world class French restaurant (L'etoile) in Madison, Wisconsin. The Owner and Head Chef, Odessa Piper (voted best chef in the Mid-West in 2001) used them as a garnish, circling some of her already awesomely beautiful plates.

If you want either straight Daikon or China Rose, just tell us - the price is the same - though China Rose tends to be spicier. If you want to grow Radish Greens (Seeds are planted on Soil or similar moisture holding medium and resulting plants are harvested by cutting) you might want to use straight Daikon - they tend to work better for Greens. Do you love Radishes?

Note: Canadian and US researchers have found that Brassicas contain antioxidants such as sulfurophane. Radish is a Brassica.

If you like radishes you're going to love radish sprouts. Every radish sprout seems to have the flavor of a fully grown radish - so you can imagine what your mouth will think when you chew a handful of these.

Vitamins A, B, C, E and K
Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Zinc
Amino Acids, Trace Elements, Carotene, Chlorophyll
Protein: 30-35%

Finding great radish has been difficult for the past few years. Shocking. It was never a problem in the past, but hey - this is the present. China Rose has always had some wild seeds mixed in - buckwheat lettuce and sunflower - both tiny - but there may be slightly more this year. They are easy to get rid of for the most part, by pouring them off after soaking, as they float - but still it’s worth mentioning. Daikon has been in short supply for the past few years so we are happy to have them at all. They are a bit smaller (seed wise) but you probably won’t notice. They do sprout nicely. Seed Shelf Life: 5 years. Store in cool, dark, dry spot. Store in freezer to extend shelf life.
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  • Spicy!
    I love radishes so I grew some radish sprouts. These are so great I can't tell you. If you like radishes you will love (LOVE) radish sprouts.
    Sally Kirk 1/23/2015