These shelled seeds are versatile and economical. Excellent in baked goods, cereals, candies, loaves and burgers. A favorite snack food, roasted or raw.
Processed with the most modern cleaning equipment and techniques -- however, the processor recommends that these seeds should be rinsed before using.
Hulled sunflower seeds are used in sprouting. A staple of the Living Food program, sprouted sunflower seeds are one of the richest edible seeds. They are a good source of protein, fats, the B-complex vitamins, and Vitamin E. In addition, they supply significant amounts of the minerals calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, and magnesium. Sunflower sprouts can be used to make delicious salad dressings, cheeses, milks, sprout loaves, breads, candies, and desserts.
Sunflower Seed Sprouting Instruction: Soak 8 hours using 2 cups of seed per half-gallon jar. Ready in 1-3 days and will be 0" to 1/2" long. Mix with alfalfa and grow 4-5 days.
High in Calcium, Thiamine, Vitamin B6 and Folacin.
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Alfalfa seeds are in the legume family. The name "alfalfa" means "father of all foods." A most popular sprout, used in sandwiches, burritos and salads. Excellent alone or mixed with other seeds such as Radish, Clover, Broccoli, Cabbage or Fenugreek.
Basic Sprouting Instructions: Place in a roo...
Black pepper is brownish black wrinkled berries. Black pepper has a characteristic penetrating odor, and a hot biting taste.
Use to flavor beef stew, Brunswick stew, chicken gravy, corned beef has, goulash, all Italian specialties, Spanish rice, Polish, summer, bologna, frankfurter, pork and l...
Broccoli seeds are sprouted in the same way as Alfalfa and also in soil in flats or the garden. Pay careful attention to drain thoroughly when prepared in jars as they mold easily. Attractive lobed leaves and very pleasant flavor. An excellent addition to your sprouting mix.
Basic Sprouting In...
These small tasty, unhulled seeds are used in cereals, crackers, spreads, drinks, casseroles, granola, candies, soups, salads, fish and baked goods. Delicious when toasted and sprinkled on grains or main dishes. Known as tahini when ground into a butter. A nutritious mayonnaise substitute may be ...
Grayish-brown seed. Warm, slightly bitter celery odor and taste.
Flavor beef stew, meatloaf, dill, sweet and mixed vegetable pickles, barbecue, chili and ketchup sauces, chicken, clam, oyster and vegetable soups, French dressing. Use as a garnish on cole slaw, salad dressings and pickles.