What are sprouts?

Sprouts are tiny immature plants grown without soil. Visit our sprouting seed page for more sprouts!

Why grow sprouts?

Growing sprouts can make for a great New Year’s resolution. It allows you to keep growing fresh and healthy produce indoors year around. Even if your space and light are limited. Not to mention, it’s super easy to grow if your thumb isn’t the greenest. All you need to do is just soak, rinse and enjoy in a matter of 2-6 days. They’re the only 100% certified organic, non-gmo project verified sprouting seeds in North America.

How to grow sprouts?

Materials

  1. A clean wide-mouth quart jar
  2. Sprout jar lid
  3. Seeds
  4.  and water!

Process:

  1. SOAK – Place 2 Tbsp sprouting seeds in the jar, and add 2 cups of cool, fresh, water, cap with the sprout jar lid. Soak your sprouting seeds in cool, fresh, water for 2-12 hours (recommendations for individual varieties in the package instructions)
  2. RINSE & DRAIN your sprouting seeds with cool, fresh, water every 8-12 hours. On the last day, place the jar in indirect light to “green up” your sprouts.
  3. HARVEST (and eat!) your finished sprouts after 2-6 days (use time recommended on the package). Sprouts can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 1 week.