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Recipe: Rejuvelac – a natural probiotic.

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 08/11/2018

If you don’t know what Rejuvelac is, you would be in good company. I did not know either! Simply put, Rejuvelac is grain water. It is made by sprouting grain and soaking the sprouted grain in water. It is very nutritious and beneficial to your digestive system. Known as a natural and healthy probiotic, it is also packed with vitamins B, K and E, proteins and enzymes. An added benefit is that it can be consumed by people who are sensitive to yeast. You can use any grain, but a soft grain seems to work best. You can use: •…

Sprouts / Microgreens Alfalfa

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 06/11/2018

(Medicago-sativa) Alfalfa sprouts are one of the most common and nutritious sprouts available. The Roman Army marched and fought battles with Alfalfa as their main source of protein. Great for small, fine, tasty sprouts, quick to germinate, attaining colour in less than 5 days. Can be dried, then ground and mixed into home baked breads. Also a stunning microgreen, green manure and cover crop. Weight: 200g

Sprouts / Microgreens Broccoli

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 06/11/2018

(Brassica oleracea) A nutritious sprout that is packed with minerals and anti-oxidants. This sprout has a mild flavour and a delicious crunch, with a taste similar to radish. This is a cool weather sprout, so if you are sprouting in warmer conditions, rinse it more often. Delicious as a microgreen. Weight: 100g

Sprouts / Microgreens Buckwheat

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 06/11/2018

(Fagopyrum esculentum) One of the staple grains from ancient history, with many fantastic uses. Use as sprouts in salads, health breads, or crush and toast them to add to your muesli. It’s very nutritious and adds considerable soluble and insoluble fibre to your diet. Consume sparingly, less than 40g per day. Can cause photo-sensitivity. Can be used as a green manure and cover crop. Weight: 200g

Sprouts / Microgreens Fenugreek

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 07/11/2018

(Trigonella foenum-graecum) Fenugreek is a very well know ancient spice, used in a variety of dishes from breads to curries. It is a quick sprouting seed that is best eaten any time before or just as the leaves emerge. As they get older they can have a distinct, bitter flavour. Young leaves are used in a gourmet egg dish in Indian cuisines. Weight: 200g

Sprouts / Microgreens Lentils

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Lens culinaris A really great sprout, simple and quick to grow. One of our all-time favourites, starts out sweet developing a rich deep flavour at the sprout grows. Used in Asian cooking, in salads, on sandwiches or just thrown into a stir-fry, lentils are great win in the kitchen. A good source of protein (>13%), Amino Acids, It is also a good source of Thiamin (Vit B1), Iron, Phosphorus and Copper, and an excellent source of Vitamin C, Folate and Manganese. Specially selected seed for use in Livingseeds Sprouting and Microgreens Systems Weight: 200 g

Sprouts / Microgreens Mizuna

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 07/11/2018

(Brassica juncea var. japonica) Outstanding Asian brassica that makes a superb sprout and microgreen. The flavour develops as the little microgreen develops. Very rich in vegetable proteins, iron, calcium and vitamins. Days to harvest: 5-14 days. Weight: 100g

Microgreens Red Basil

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 07/11/2018

(Occimomum basilicum) Red basil is a really superb herb that will add colour and zest to your microgreens mixes. Weight: 100g

Sprouts / Microgreens Onion

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 07/11/2018

(Allium cepa) A delicious sprout with a sweet and nutty flavour. Great in salads and on sandwiches. This sprout has a slow germination and thus takes 10-15 days before you can harvest / use them. This can be used as either a sprout or a microgreen. They look like long thin micro-scallions when they are ready to be used. Rinse these sprouts approximately 3 times a day. Weight: 100g

Sprouts / Microgreens Peas

Relevance: 9%      Posted on: 07/11/2018

(Pisium sativum) Succulent, tender, sweet and appetising are the best words to describe sprouting peas. As a sprout, peas are grown until a long root ±3-4cm is evident. They plump-up and are exceptionally sweet with a distinct pea flavour. Use in salads, stir-fries or other meals to add interest. As a microgreen, they are often used as edible garnish or in mini-leaf salads, stir-fries and soup to provide a beautiful tasty interest. Weight: 200g