Alfalfa Sprouting Seeds - One of the most popular, nutritious & delicious of all sprouting seeds. Alfalfa sprouts are very tasty, with a sweet, nut-like flavor. Alfalfa sprouts are what people typically think of when you mention sprouts. They are the ones you commonly see at a salad bar. Rich in phytochemicals, they protect against cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis and fibrocystic breast disease. They stimulate natural killer cell activity, which strengthens the immune system. What's more, they are beneficial in reducing symptoms of PMS and menopause, including hot flashes. Furthermore, they contain high concentrations of antioxidants, the body's defense against the destruction of DNA which is the cause of aging. Alfalfa sprouts are abundant sources of vitamins A, B, C, E and K, the minerals calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc. Also carotene, chlorophyll, amino acids and trace elements. They contain 35% protein. One pound of Todd's Seeds Alfalfa seed produces 10-14 pounds of sprouts.
To grow alfalfa sprouts, start by soaking the seeds overnight in 60-70F water. Cover the jar tightly with a muslin cloth or cheesecloth, and place in a sunny area. After 24 hours, rinse the container well to get healthy sprouts. To get the best results, use Todd's Seeds.
The alfalfa seed is packed with vitamins and minerals. It contains a high antioxidant capacity and is also loaded with phytoestrogens, which have a beneficial effect on the immune system. Once sprouted, alfalfa is highly versatile and can be used in a variety of foods. The sprouts are nutritious, tasty, and easily stored. Just soak them overnight and enjoy! The sprouts can last for several months in the fridge or freezer. Never, ever, freeze your alfalfa seeds. Keep the unused seeds in a cool, dark place, like your pantry, in the resealable bag they will come in, and you'll be able to enjoy sprouting for many years.
Alfalfa sprouts contain high levels of protein, calcium, and iron. The nutrients are more easily absorbed by sprouting them. Alfalfa sprouts can be used in salads, sandwiches, or even ice cream.
It is easy to sprout alfalfa. The results are delicious. Using the sprouts in salads, sandwiches, or baked goods is a simple process. You will need only one tbsp of dry seed and you'll have three to four cups of delicious alfalfa sprouts in no time.
To germinate alfalfa seeds at home, soak the seeds in a quart-sized container. The seed should be washed at least twice per day and kept at room temperature. Unlike other sprouting seeds, alfalfa sprouts are low in calories and are extremely nutritious. They can be eaten raw or cooked and are a great addition to many foods.
Sprouting alfalfa seeds are very nutritious and can help you lose weight. The alfalfa sprouts can be used in salads, as well as in soups and other dishes. You can make them yourself by following our instructions. It's so easy! This versatile and nutritious vegetable is great for smoothies, salads, and other dishes.
It is easy and affordable to grow alfalfa at home. This versatile crop makes a great addition for soup toppings, salads, and hummus. It is mild in flavor and easy to grow at your home.
199,000 Seeds in ONE POUND
Packet = 10grams or ~428 seeds