Spring into Sprouting Kit
Our Spring into Sprouting Kit is created with the budding sprout enthusiast in mind.
Excellent for beginners or germinating gurus, this kit includes everything you’ll need to jumpstart your sprouting journey.
TOTAL TIME: 3-4 days
ACTIVE TIME: 5 minutes, daily
MAKES: 1-3 cups sprouts per batch
Hand-Picked Ingredients & Supplies
In this Kit:
With 5 of the most popular sprouting seeds, we had to include this seed mix in our Spring into Sprouting Kit. Spice from the radish and nuttiness from the legumes are yummy addition to salads. You won't be disappointed with the variety of sprouts here!
- 4 oz. - Organic 5-Part Salad Sprouting Seed Mix
- 100% Certified Organic | High Germination | Microbial Tested
- Includes broccoli, radish, alfalfa, and green lentils grown in North America, and mung beans grown in China.
- High in Vitamins A, B-1, B-6 and C, Folic and Pantothenic Acids, Niacin, Potassium, Iron and Phosphorous & Chlorophyll
- Store in a cool, dry place. Seeds last up to 4 years, longer if stored in the freezer.
This powerful protein bean combination of adzuki, garbanzo, mung & green peas provides your daily protein allowance and is packed with vegan protein plus fiber, vitamins and minerals.
- 8 oz. - Organic Protein Powerhouse Sprouts Seeds Mix
- 100% Certified Organic | High Germination | Microbial Tested | No GMO ingredients
- Includes green peas grown in Canada, garbanzo beans grown in Mexico, and adzuki and mung beans grown in China.
- Packed with protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals.
- Store in a cool, dry place. Protein Powerhouse Sprouting Seeds will keep for 5 years, longer if stored in the freezer.
Hearty and whole cooked or crisp and clean sprouted, mung beans make a delicious addition to soups, stews, and salads or even as snacks. With so many bean sprouting options, this versatile and scrumptious bean is truly one of our favorites!
- 4 oz. - Organic Mung Bean Sprouting Seeds
- 100% Certified Organic | High Germination | Microbial Tested | No GMO Ingredients
- Includes mung beans grown in China.
- Mung Sprouts are rich in protein, vitamins A, B complex, C and E, and various minerals and enzymes.
- Store in a cool, dry place. Mung beans will keep for 5 years, longer if stored in the freezer.
You certainly can't get started sprouting without a sprouting jar, so we're including a wide-mouth glass jar in your kit! This wide-mouth jar works with both the sprouting jar lid and plastic lid. Use it over and over again for all your sprouting projects!
Forget cumbersome fabric covers and rusty metal jar bands, this sprouting jar lid makes sprouting at home hassle-free. The BPA-free plastic mesh allows you to easily rinse, drain, and aerate your seeds all in the same jar. It's that simple!
- Durable BPA-free plastic mesh
- Fits most wide mouth jars
- Dishwasher safe
This plastic lid serves two functions for this sprouting kit. We find it makes a great prop for tilting and airing out your sprouts. Plus we want you to have a way to safely store your finished sprouts in the fridge! Since it's made to fit wide-mouth canning jars you'll probably find yourself re-using it for a variety of mason jar projects.
- Re-usable | Easy to Use | Easy to Clean
- Top rack dishwasher safe
- Fits wide mouth Ball and Kerr brand canning jars.
A comprehensive guide for sprouting anything from aduki beans to wheat kernels, this book is truly a gourmet grower's guide to sprouts. Whether you are a beginner looking for a good foundation for sprouting or just looking to add a fun book to your food library, this book is both entertaining and enlightening, which is why we had to include it in our Spring into Sprouting Kit.
Use these wooden tags to label and dress up your sprouting jar. (We include a pack of 8 tags with twine in your kit.) You can leave it plain or decorate it to pass along sprouts as a gift. It's these little extra touches that make sprouting at home even better!
Tips & Tricks
Seeds, especially legumes and grains, add starch and other components to the water used for soaking and sprouting. It is therefore important to rinse sprouts thoroughly at least every 12 hours. If using beans that will not be cooked, rinsing every 6 hours, especially during warmer temperatures, is recommended.
Both humidity and warmth can breed bacteria. As long as seeds are rinsed frequently and proper airflow is available, humidity should not be a problem.
A good turnaround time for eating sprouts is 5-7 days. You do not want to consume sprouts that have been languishing for weeks in the refrigerator. Plan on sprouting small batches of seeds, so that only a small amount will be stored at one time. You can also plan carefully so that fresh sprouts are enjoyed immediately.
Sprouts are ready to eat at any point after a sprout tail appears. Taste sprouted seeds daily and enjoy once they taste good to you. Many seeds will lose their mild flavor if sprouted too long.
Looking for some yummy ways to eat your home-grown sprouts? We've got you covered. Try one of these recipes for inspiration!