Easy to sprout.
CONTAINS: 70% Alfalfa, 20% Clover, 5% Radish, 5% Cabbage.
Basic Sprouting Instructions: Place in a roomy container such as a quart (using up to 1 teaspoon of seed) or gallon jar (up to 3 tablespoons of seed). Soak in warm water 4 to 6 hours using enough water to keep seeds covered with water. Cover with a loose woven fabric, nylon stocking or mesh secured down by elastic or a rubber band. Rinse and thoroughly drain 2-3 times daily until sprouts are of desired length. Sprouting them in indirect sunlight will help them develop green leaves. Swish out seed caps in a basin of water if desired.
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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.
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