Mustard Sprouts

Mustard Sprouts

$10.88 Lb.

The spiciest Brassica of all, our Mustard is called Oriental Mustard. It tastes like horseradish to us!

Note: This is the same seed we sell for Mustard Micro-Greens.
Our Mustard comes from a source which is certified organic.

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Sprouting Directions

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

A wonderful tender sprout, this Mustard tastes like Horseradish - Mmmmm! This is Oriental Mustard - it is a yellow seed and is the only non-muciloginous Mustard we've ever seen and therefore the only (non-Asian) Mustard you can sprout in a conventional sprouter. This is one of the more difficult sprouts to grow, but the flavor is so fantastic that we consider it worth the extra work. Oriental Mustard is hard to find as very few farmers grow it. We have gone years without it more than once, so get it while you can. Our current crop is something of a miracle in fact. Early snow in Saskatchewan this past fall buried a beautiful crop of Oriental Mustard. The miracle is that there was a freak warm spell in November (amazing!) that lasted long enough (amazing!) for the seed to get harvested. Beyond that, the moisture did not damage the seed. That is truly amazing.

You can also grow Oriental Mustard as a Micro-Green.

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

Tastes just like horseradish. Delicious!

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


Another wonderful Lot of our favorite Mustard. A very prolific seed this!

Seed Shelf Life: 5 years. Store in cool, dark, dry spot. Store in freezer to extend shelf life.

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  • great for making mustard as well!
    I like to barely sprout my mustard seeds then make mustard with them. Adds a bit of a green taste but very tasty and healthy when made with unfiltered, organic ACV!!
    Ann 7/18/2016
  • Dogs Love 'Em Too!
    I accidentally tipped over my bamboo sprouting basket and dropped about a cup of these sprouted beauties on the floor. My little terrier mix named Oscar raced in and began quickly devouring them. He absolutely LOVED these sprouts!

    I also REALLY like them and find that not only are they very attractive once they show leaves, but they have a nice spicy kick and would work very well with bland flavors in your meal.
    L.C. 7/30/2015
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