How To Grow
1Pour a few tablespoons of sprouting seeds into your sprouting bag or jar + soak them in water at room temp. (Soaking time depends on the variety. Keep one variety in each bag.)
2Once soaked, drain water. (Hang bag or tilt jar to ensure complete drainage.)
3Give your seeds a quick but thorough rinse 2x daily.
That’s it! Within a week, you’re ready to harvest! Pop a handful into your mouth + store the rest in the fridge.
Good quality sprouts, great for your health!
My first ever sprout growing has been with the organic broccoli sprouts. Much of what I am reading especially for my dogs is that all cruciferous veggies contain sulforaphane ... but the #1 source is broccoli sprouts. Sulforaphane written to help prevent cancer and also highly recommended for dogs with cancer. Thus I come to sprout growing.. I love these sprouts... They do not look or taste like the store varieties... yummy. They have not been difficult to grow and are ready to harvest in 5 days...
I’ve had trouble in the past getting broccoli seed to sprout well, but this packet (my first time using Sproutman seeds) does better for me than the seed I’ve used before. I’m excited to be able to produce sprouts in my own kitchen instead of buying them from the grocery store!
My first time with these seeds and they did not grow well. I’ll try again with a little more time in darkness. Maybe 1.5 days instead of 24 hours.
I will let you know after the sprouts mature
They are fine - regular sprouts. In the past I had an issue with several batches going bad ( bacterial invasion ) so now I add a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar to the water on the first soaking.
Loved my broccoli seeds! Have already harvested one batch. Going to start another tomorrow.
Got my bags soaking with three different mixes. To sorry will continue. Love the bag and ease of use can't wait to see the growing sprouts..
I just ordered more of the protein mix which is my favorite. The seeds are healthy and grow very well, and they taste amazing! Prompt delivery. I will continue to use this site for my sprouting seeds.
I've just started some of the alfalfa and broccoli sprouts. So easy and they should be ready to harvest soon. I plan on using them in my tempeh/tomato/avocado sandwich as my lettuce. I've noshed on a few already and they are good. I know it sounds weird, but they are sooo much better than store-bought sprouts (that's all I'm used to).
I did exactly as directions stated - soaked sprouts, rinsed daily. I am not on my 10th day…tiny leaves starting to form…Not as advertised sorry to say.
Love the sprout bags! Made a ton of sprouts easily. Yummy!
My first ordered included two sprout bags, and I added radish and salad seeds to grow in jars. I am very happy with the products and am now trying to see how often I need to start seeds to ensure I never run out of fresh sprouts! So easy and so tasty!