Broccoli Sprout seeds Organic Certified (Sprouts , Sprouting seeds) 0.1-2kg

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller living_apartment (395) 99.6%, Location: Chatswood, New South Wales, Ships to: AU, Item: 262829497796 Visit our store for all of our health related products LivingApartment eBay store Broccoli Organic Certified Seed - 100g, 200g, 400g, 2kg, seeds for Sprouting. 87% germ. Open Pollinated non GMO, Untreated & Tested free of Pathogens eg Salmonella, e-coli etc. WarningIt has come to our attention that there is a company selling what they call "organic Broccoli" and "certified organic Broccoli". Approximately 6 months ago we sold this company 25 KG of our certified organic broccoli, recently they requested to purchase some more, however our stocks are not high and we believe them to be an unethical company so we refused to sell them. Recently a new shipment of non-organic broccoli has arrived in Australia which we are selling, and we believe this is what they are selling, (as their price for organic certified broccoli has now dropped considerably) and labelling it as both organic and certified organic. The problem is the seed looks almost identical and has very similar germination rates so it’s very easy for them to play this unethical game. If you ask them for proof you need to see a picture of the label on the bag, if it looks similar to the one we have displayed but has an earlier date than it is from the batch that we sold to them over 6 months ago i.e obviously not their current stock. Also to note a few months ago we sold them a couple of bags of radish seeds, and then a few weeks later we noticed they're selling organic radish seeds on eBay.If they are also selling organic Alfalfa, then you definitely know something is suspicious. As currently organic Alfalfa seed is not available in Australia, the reason for this is that it is illegal to import alfalfa seeds into Australia and currently no one is growing it organically in Australia. Hopefully this will change, it will be much more expensive as it is a time-consuming labour intensive process. If you see organic alfalfa being advertised ask them for proof. Also to note the Alfalfa & organic Broccoli that we sell is tested for the presence of pathogens such as Salmonella, E. coli etc.The secret to growing SUPER Charged Broccoli sprouts -is to soak in bio-activated organic nutrients, initially overnight e.g. for 8 hours and then each day for 10-30mins, then rinse/drain for another three or four days, and in the last few days remove any husk or un-sprouted material, then secure the cover and place in the fridge where it will continue to grow for at least a week. NB- small sprouts such as Alfalfa or Broccoli can form a tight mesh, which can lead to overheating and also makes it harder to get rid of un-sprouted material such as husk (the outer covering of the seed which is shed when the seed sprouts), so we suggest you mix these with a larger sprout, the best one we have found for this is red arrow Radish, this creates more air and space between the sprouts diminishing the chances of these problems occurring. See our Loose Sprouting kits -> Sprouting Kit Loose 2x1.5L and Sprouting Kit Loose 1x4L + 2x1.5L The advantages of our sprouting colanders: 1- The colanders come with their own drip bowl. 2- They have different drainage settings i.e. they can be set flat e.g. use for the 1st few days and then at an angle for even better drainage and aeration as the sprout mass becomes larger. 3- They also come with a flat perforated optional lid/cover - ensures they do not dry out but still allowing good aeration - allows for excellent storage conditions in your fridge, you can even stack several on top of each other. I use them with the lid on flat in a cool dark place for the 1st few days, I then place them in the light, again with the lid on but at an angle, ie as the sprouts become denser they need more air. For the last few days I either divide them into 2 separate colanders, there is a version available with large slots in the base that can be used at this stage to aid in husk removal, personally I combine several small colanders into one large colander for the final greening and de-husking process and then store the large colander in the fridge with the cover in place. This gives you an excellent cycling system whereby you immediately restart one of the smaller colanders. 4- Another difference with our sprouting technique is that we supply bio-activated organic nutrients which you soak the seeds and sprouts in once a day, what this means is that the nutritional content is many times greater than if you just rinse them each day in water, basically what is happening here is that the organic nutrients contain 99% of the major and micro trace elements (Azomite, Dolomite, Kelp, Humate-decomposed prehistoric plants etc), these are then fermented to make them more easily absorbed by the sprouts, which then present these minerals and trace elements in a bio-available form to you, truly giving you a super food. This also means that they will last longer in the fridge not to mention they taste better. My favourite combinations are - Broccoli, Radish (Red Arrow), Alfalfa, the other mix that I do is Fenugreek and Radish (Red Arrow), e.g. preferred mix is 75ml Broccoli, 75ml Alfalfa, 75ml Red Arrow Radish. This gives you 1 full 4ltr colander of yummy tangy sprouts. - Fenugreek and Radish (Red Arrow) - 4ltr colander. - And 1.5L colander of red Lentils sprouts. Slide Shows/Video Tray/Vertical/Micro-green Sprouting Google Slide Show Colander/Loose Sprouting- Google Slide Show If you're buying Broccoli for its anti-cancer properties then I would like to suggest that you have a close look at the radish sprouts, see extract below, apart from the of possible higher health benefits they are cheaper, quicker to germinate and have a slightly higher germination rate than the broccoli, they also produce a lot more green and bigger sprouts, they can also be sprouted equally well both as a vertical sprout or as a loose sprout, if mixing them with broccoli, give the broccoli 2 day start as the radish is very fast. Broccoli vs Radish anti-cancer properties: - “When sprouts are consumed fresh (uncooked), however, the principal degradation product of broccoli is not the isothiocyanate sulforaphane, but a nitrile, a compound with little anti-cancer potential. By contrast, radish sprouts produce largely the anti-cancer isothiocyanate, sulforaphene. The reason for this difference is likely to be due to the presence in broccoli (and absence in radish) of the enzyme cofactor, epithiospecifier protein (ESP). In vitro induction of the phase 2 enzyme, quinone reductase (QR), was significantly greater for radish sprouts than broccoli sprouts when extracts were self-hydrolysed. By contrast, boiled radish sprout extracts (deactivating ESP) to which myrosinase was subsequently added, induced similar QR activity to broccoli sprouts.” “The implication is that radish sprouts have potentially greater chemoprotective action against carcinogens than broccoli sprouts when hydrolysed under conditions similar to that during human consumption. Modified Item: No, Custom Bundle: No, Vegetable Type: Broccoli Sprouts, MPN: Broccoli seeds Organic, Brand: LivingApartment, Non-Domestic Product: No

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