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Lentil Red Sprout seeds 100g 400g 2kg

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Seller: living_apartment (120) 100%, Location: Chatswood, New South Wales, Ships to: AU, Item: 262934998847 Details: Red Lentil - 100g, 400g, 2kg, seeds for Sprouting. 95+% germ. Open Pollinated non GMO, Untreated & Tested free of Pathogens eg Salmonella, e-coli etc. grown in Aust.Copy & paste web links to new browser window for info & options.Lentil Red Seeds1kg kg- best way to grow SUPER-charged Lentil sprouts is a as a loose sprout, i.e in a glass jarwith netting attached or in one of our sprouting colanders. The simple process is to soak each day in bio-activated nutrients, rinse then drain, and in thelast few days remove any husk or un-sprouted material, then attach the cover and place in the fridge where it will continue to grow for at least a week.(see our Loose Sprouting kits -> advantages of our sproutingcolander over a glass jar are that: –1. They have better aeration glass jars do not have a flow-through and in hot conditions this can be a problem.2. The colanders come in with their own drip bowl and can be set at an angle for even better drainage and aeration.3. They also come with a flat perforated optional lid/cover which allows for excellent storage conditions in your fridge, you can even stack several ontop of each other.The red colour looks great in salads & has a slightly milder taste then the green or brown, this is a large variety which makes them ideal for sprouting. One of the most nutritious & protein rich seeds available & definitely the easiest sprout is the humble lentil. Lentils are also rich in important minerals like iron and magnesium, as well as potassium. They are also low in fat and sodium, and are cholesterol free.They are ready for eating after 1 or 2 days sprouting and will keep up to 2 weeks in the fridge, if stored correctly, ready to sprinkle on any salad sandwich or added to a stir-fry, one hundred and one uses.There are many great recipes for salads using lentils, when you see one that tells you to use cooked lentils, just replace with sprouted lentils, a lot more healthy(add at the end ie heat rather than cook) and I think a lot nicer taste, with a slight crunch rather than mush.Slide Shows/VideoColander/Loose Sprouting-

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