Sprouts are nutritious, living foods that are both delicious and versatile.
Sprouts have been called a miracle food and nature’s most perfect food. They are rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, fiber, essential fatty acids, amino acids, and protein.
Sprouts are filling and also low in calories (a cup of alfalfa sprouts has under 20 calories). Bean sprouts have about as much protein as cooked meat. The living protein and presence of amino acids make the protein in sprouts easier to digest and more bio available than protein in meat, and of course, much cheaper too.
Learn more about the nutritional benefits of sprouts:
Living Whole Food:
Sprouts contain the most vital nutrient there is: life. Sprouts are an all-natural, living whole food that is still growing when you consume them. There aren’t many foods in the world that are more alive than sprouts at the point of consumption. During the harvest season, you might get truly living foods by eating freshly picked fruits or vegetables from your garden, but sprouts provide an easy way to add truly living foods to your diet all year long. Learn more about raw vs. living foods.
Sprouts so delicious that even kids love them. The taste of foods, and how healthy they are, seem to be inversely proportional. The better something tastes the worse it is for you and the worse it tastes the better it is for you. Sprouts are different! There aren’t many foods that are as good for you as sprouts and still taste great.
Use sprouts as a straight snack, in a sprout salad, and as an addition to more traditional salads. Sprouts are great in a stir-fry, soups, and garnishes. Sprouts can be juiced or blended in smoothie. Our bean salad sprouting mix with a little lemon juice is a fast meal within itself.