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Organic Alfalfa Sprouting Seeds - Non-GMO, Kosher, Raw, Vegan, Bulk – by Food to Live

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Organic Alfalfa Seeds allow you to grow fresh nutrient-filled sprouts at home. Easy to grow, naturally filled with antioxidants and phytonutrients, organic alfalfa sprouts are an excellent addition to any meal. They give you vitamin K as well as large servings of fiber and plant proteins. Pleasantly nutty and crunchy, and you can enjoy these fresh sprouts during any season.

If you decide to use alfalfa seeds as is, they are edible, but they are a bit hard on our digestion. However, freshly-grown organic alfalfa sprouts are a true champion of nutritional value. Adding a handful of them to your sandwich, salad, or spring roll will give you a boost of essential micro and macro-elements, including iron and vitamin C.

Organic alfalfa sprouting seeds should be stored in a cool, dry place. Keep them in an airtight container, and they will last for up to a year or more. If you buy organic alfalfa seeds bulk, consider dividing them into several packages, so that you don't expose too many seeds to open-air, when you take a batch of them out of storage.


How to Use Organic Alfalfa Seeds for Sprouting at Home

To sprout organic alfalfa seeds, you need to soak them in a glass jar for 12 hours. Use about two glasses of water (warm, about 70F) per two tablespoons of seeds. After 12 hours, rinse and drain the seeds, placing them on a sprouting tray and covering them with a tea towel. At this point, place the seeds away from sunlight.

Rinse and drain the seeds every 12 hours, and they should start sprouting on day three. The next day, remove the tea towel and move your growing organic alfalfa sprouts out in the sun. This way, they will get green and crunchy.

Keep rinsing and draining until the end of day six. Twelve hours after the last rinse/drain, the sprouts are ready to eat. You can store sprouts in the fridge for a few days, but as they are far too delicate to cook, it's best to eat them fresh and fast.

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