Protein Mix Sprouting Seeds Organic
- A crunchy mix of high protein sprouting seeds.
- Add to salads, sandwiches, stir fries, soups and raw food dishes.
- Ideal for vegan and plant-based diets.
- Australian grown, organic chickpeas, mung beans & lentils.
White chickpeas, also known as Kabuli chickpeas, are thought to come from Kabul in Afghanistan. The white variety of chickpea is the most popular variety in Australia.
These seeds have a creamy and tender flesh when cooked. As a sprouting seed, white chickpeas are crunchy and have a nutty and earthy flavour.
Chickpeas contain approximately 25 g Protein per 100 gram serving
Organic Mung Beans
Mung beans are high in protein and have a crunchy and delicious flavour. Popular in Asian and Indian cuisine. Sprout in a jar for 2 – 3 days for the protein sprouting mix.
When sprouted separately, mung beans are often grown on a tray for up to five days. The full-sized sprouts (with white tails) are ideal for stir-fries, noodle dishes, and Asian soups.
Mung beans contain approximately 3 g Protein per 1 cup serving.
These lentils are grown in the Wimmera region of Western Victoria. This variety is known as French green or Puy lentils. The seeds are blue green speckled with a good texture and a delicious, nutty flavour.
These lentils are grown in the Wimmera region of Western Victoria. The red/brown seeds have a crunchy texture and an earthy and buttery flavour.
Lentils contain approximately 9 g Protein per 100 gram serving.
How to Sprout
- Soak 1/2 cup of protein mix sprouting seeds in cool water for 6 – 8 hours.
Rinse and drain well.
- Place seeds in a sprouting jar. Tilt your jar upside down and use the sprouting lid to drain the water from your seeds.
- Rinse well 2-3 times daily. Drain well after each rinse, using the sprouting jar.
- In 2 – 3 days, the yield will be approx. 2 cups.
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