This Month’s Club Seed Is:
Move over, boring old salad! This highly nutritious and flavorful blend of alfalfa, red clover, radish, and broccoli sprouts is specially balanced to replace the lettuce in your favorite salads.
How to Sprout Your Salad Mix
STEP 1: Pour 2-4 tablespoons of broccoli seeds into your Sprout Bag. Submerge the Sprout Bag in room temperature water for 6-8 hours (or overnight) to activate your seeds.
STEP 2: After 6-8 hours, hang your bag and let it drip dry (either over the sink or an empty bowl, or dish drying rack can also work well).
STEP 3: To water your sprouts, thoroughly rinse the seeds and the Sprout Bag in fresh water 2x a day (morning and night). Harvest after 5-6 days (and feel free to munch on them as they’re growing)!
*To harvest your sprouts, simply put them in a bag or container in the fridge to slow down growth (you can even use your dry Sprout Bag to store them!). At this point, you no longer need to water your sprouts. In the fridge, they should last for about a week—if you don’t eat them all first
RECIPE OF THE MONTH
CLEANSING SPROUT SALAD
makes 1-2 servings, gluten-free + vegan
After all the holiday feasting, we have a feeling your taste buds are craving something a little more cleansing. Luckily, that’s when our Salad Mix really shines! Here is our go-to recipe when we’re looking for a new year salad that’s simple, delicious, and ultra-nourishing. (And don’t forget to top it with our favorite dressing! The glorious dressing we included in your shipment is made with the cleanest ingredients—including omega-rich, cold pressed hemp seed oil.)
4 c. fresh Salad Mix sprouts
1 c. mesclun greens or arugula
1 ripe avocado, peeled and sliced
¼ c. hemp seeds
1 tomato, chopped
Pinch of salt, as desired
Jonathan’s Sprouts Salad Dressing
1. Place all ingredients in a large bowl and toss well. Drizzle your dressing on top (the one we gifted you is our favorite!), serve in bowls, and enjoy!