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Organic Bean Salad Sprouting Seed Mix

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Organic Bean Salad Sprouting Seed Mix

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Organic Bean Salad Mix 4 oz.
$4.95
Organic Bean Salad Mix 8 oz.
$6.95
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A protein-rich meal all on its own, sprouts from our Bean Salad Sprouting Seed Mix are a delicious combination. The mix contains adzuki beans, mung beans, green lentils, and radish seeds, for a little spicy kick. 

  • Certified organic
  • High germination rate
  • Packed with protein 
  • Adzuki and mung beans grown in China; green lentils and radish seeds grown in North America
 

Bean Salad Sprouting Instructions

Sprouted beans should be cooked before consuming; sprouted beans cook more quickly than unsprouted beans.General information and step-by-step instructions for sprouting seeds can be found here.

 

Ingredients

  • Organic adzuki beans, organic green lentils, organic mung beans, organic radish seeds 
  • This product contains no GMO ingredients.

 

Bean Salad Sprouting Mix Storage Information and Shelf Life

Store in a cool, dry place. Bean Salad Sprouting Mix will keep 5 years, longer if stored in the freezer.

 

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Ingredients

  • Organic adzuki beans, organic green lentils, organic mung beans, organic radish seeds 
  • This product contains no GMO ingredients.

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  • From Medbhlet at 7/21/2015 12:43 PM
    • I'm missing something. How can this be a bean salad mix if the sprouts have to be cooked before consuming? I'm sure I've seen sprouted bean mixes at the grocery store (already sprouted) to be tossed into salads. Am I supposed to be steaming them first? Kind of defeats the purpose of adding crunch, no?
    • Yes, most beans can be eaten raw and can get soft enough when sprouted, but some should be cooked. The Organic Bean Salad Sprouting Seed Mix should be fine raw though. The adzuki beans can be a bit rough, but they are ok raw too. Lentils are great raw as well.

      It's our opinion that garden beans like pinto, black, soy, navy, etc. should be cooked as they can be very tough to eat raw and really need to softened. They still contain benefits from being sprouted though even when cooked.

      Good rule of thumb with sprouts are to just try one, if you like the flavor and texture, eat it raw; if it's tough or hard still then cook it.
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