Organic Garbanzo Bean Sprouting Seed

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Large crunchy bean. Also known as Chick Peas.

Garbanzos are big beans, which means they are starchy. Sprouting is the only way you can eat these beans raw. Still, because of their large size, eat garbanzos sparingly or add some cooking time to make them more digestible. Because they are already broken down thanks to germination, cooking time can be gentle and brief. It’s a matter of volume and taste preference, but a low flame and about 10 minutes is about all you need. Garbanzos are a good source of protein (about 9%) and have about 28% starch. Grow them in a sprout bag for best results. Garbanzos need more air circulation and drainage than can’t be provided by a jar. Garbanzos are ready in 4-5 days and also have a 1 inch tail. Refrigerate the garbanzos as soon as they reach prime.




Growing Organic Garbanzo Bean Sprouting Seed

Best Sprouter: Hemp Sprout Bag.
Ready in 3-4 days.
Seed Storage & Viability: Up to 6 months when stored in a glass jar in a cool, dark place. Refrigerate or freeze in a sealed freezer bag to extend storage life.

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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