- Black mustard sprouts have a spicy, peppery bite that makes a simply delicious addition to your dishes
- Works as a sprout and a microgreen
- Mustard is filled with bio-available minerals such as calcium and zinc, as well as carotenoids and flavonoids that fight cancer
- Sprouting seeds increases their nutritional value exponentially
- Raw sprouts are alkalizing for your blood, a great health plus
- Livingseeds is dedicated to preserving Heirloom seeds that have been passed down for generations and have not been genetically tampered with
Sprouts are the fully germinated seed that you eat.
Microgreens are when the sprout becomes a tiny little plane with four to six leaves, shorter than about 6cm. Microgreens need to be grown in trays in a growing medium such as soil. You can take a look at accessories that make growing your own sprouts and microgreens at home simple here.
Black Mustard Sprouts and Microgreens
- It’s best to start these sprouts in the dark for the first 48 hours
- If you grow them as a microgreen, it’s best to use a soil mix to increase their nutritional value
- They are most nutritious when still very young – when they have two proper leaves you can already eat them as microgreens
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