Organic Chia Sprouting Seed


Sprouting grade chia. A mild flavored, leafy green, gelatinous seed similar to Arugula.

Chia is a gelatinous seed. Gelatinous seeds are a group of seeds that form a gel or mucilage when wet. Chia is the second most popular in this group, second only to arugula. It matures in 12-14 days and is slightly sharp. For more information on special techniques for germinating gelatinous seeds, see Sprouts the Miracle Food.




Growing Organic Chia Sprouting Seed

Best Sprouter: Clay saucer or a 1:5 ratio mix in the Freshlife Automatic Sprouter.
Next Best Sprouter: On the surface of the Hemp Sprout Bag.
Ready in 12 days. Full instructions in Sprouts the Miracle Food
Seed Storage & Viability: Up to 3 years when stored in a glass jar in a cool, dark place. Refrigeration and freezing optional.

Forms a gel when watered. Grow using a terra cotta saucer or on the surface of a flat sprout bag. Or mix chia with alfalfa in a 1:5 ratio—1 Tsp chia to 5 Tsp Alfalfa and grow it using a vertical alfalfa growing method. 12 days to maturity. For more on growing Arugula and Chia, read “Gelatinous Seeds” in Sprouts the Miracle Food.

Why Sproutman’s Organic Sprouting Seeds are best.

We source globally from select, trusted farms and importers. This allows us to offer an eclectic variety, and a consistently great quality.

Every batch is independently lab tested. We only buy from sources that provide a certificate of analysis such as this. The labs test for things like E. Coli, salmonella, yeast, and molds. Every bag gets stabbed with a 24 inch test tube to collect a sample. Every pallet gets a lot #. You get the same number on the back of your packet. The samples get grown and tested. Nothing in microbiology is 100%, but these tests get us pretty close to guaranteeing purity. In addition, it may be of some comfort to know that there has never been a case of salmonella from home-grown sprouts.
Only the cleanest batches are sent to us to be test-grown in our kitchen. We grow the seeds using the same sprout growers we recommend to you, to ensure that we’ll all share in the same results. As you can see in the image, not all seeds are equal. There are too many seeds not sprouting on left. A tested and proven batch on the right. Every seed is tested before it’s allowed to go to packaging and the Sproutman name is put on it.



Another satisfied customer…
“Sproutman: thank you for sending me more than I had coming on my last shipment of sprouting seeds. I have been very pleased with the excellent service you have given me. You are a credit to the industry and I will be glad to do further business with you.” –Sincerely, Pat Secrist, Midland, MI

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