Organic Sprouted Sunflower Seeds — Non-GMO, Kosher, No Shell, Unsalted, Raw Kernels, Vegan Superfood, Sirtfood, Bulk - by Food to Live
The process of sprouting makes seeds release more of their nutrients and also makes them much more digestible because it changes some chemical components in the seed. Therefore, unlike hulled sunflower seeds, this product would be easier on the digestive system. Remember, though; the calorie count is nearly the same, so you shouldn't overeat!
Enjoy organic sprouted sunflower seeds in moderation and use them in cooking. Add them to your meals to give a boost of iron and calcium to your body. They are also an excellent source of B vitamins and contain oils.
How to Eat Organic Sprouted Sunflower Seeds
Since organic sprouted sunflower seeds taste a bit milder and sweeter than the seeds themselves, you can enjoy this product as a regular snack. You can also sprinkle them on salads and vegetable dishes.
Sprouted Sunflower seeds do a great job in baking, especially when added on top of bread, buns, and muffins. Try something different, mix it in with homemade granola and trail mixes, or even morning oatmeal. You can also sprinkle the seeds onto casseroles. The heat of the oven will enhance the flavor and give the dish a pleasant crunch.
Add organic sprouted sunflower seeds to smoothies to provide a boost of easy-to-digest plant protein.
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
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