Flax Seed Sprouts
Brown and/or Golden Flax Flax is desired by many for the nutritional qualities of the seed. The seed is often used for teas which aid intestinal health, added to cereals, breads or just ground up in healthy drinks, like smoothies. Whether you are sprouting Flax (which adds even more to its nutritional value) or just looking for seed to eat - these are beautiful seeds! Our Flax comes from a source which is certified organic.
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- Soak4 hours minimumThe amount of time your seeds should soak in cool water. Soaking is how we begin the sprouting process in most cases.
- Rinse / DrainnoHow often your seeds should be watered. Rinsing thoroughly and then draining as much water as possible are key components to growing great sprouts.
- Harvest1 - 5 daysThe time it takes to grow a finished Sprout, or other crop (Micro-Greens, Grass, Greens) from a dry Seed. Note: This "finished" Sprout is our preference. you may grow them for as long as you want! In fact, we suggest that you taste them at every rinse to discover when you like them best.
- Yield1.5 to 1The amount of Sprouts, Grass, Greens or Micro-Greens produced by 1 unit of Seed. For Example 2:1 means that 1 pound of Seed will produce 2 pounds of Sprouts or whatever crop you are growing. You do not have to grow them all at once of course, unless you wish to =:-D
Vitamins A, B, C and E
Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Niacin, Phosphorus, Potassium
All Essential Amino Acids
These sprouts are great in bread or on a sandwich. What I don't know is whether or not to eat the roots. Should I?
Sproutpeople says: Yes, go ahead.
Love the spouting flax seed .Yum.