Get fresh and delicious pea sprouts in your own kitchen any time you want with green pea seeds. You can either sprout or cook these raw green peas, so you have a lot of options in how you enjoy them!

Health benefits of green peas

Green peas are not only one of the first food crops ever cultivated by humans, but are a nutritional treasure trove: They contain iron, vitamin A, potassium, thiamine and riboflavin, as well as plenty of protein and carbohydrates. Green peas are also an excellent source of antioxidants such as carotenes, lutein and zea-xanthin.

Sweet sprouted green pea seeds lack enzyme inhibitors, which means that they are supremely digestible and deliver their dose of essential minerals and vitamins quickly to your body. Our green pea seeds have a high germination rate, and you can enjoy the sweet and crisp tastiness of sprouted green peas in salads, sandwiches and a variety of fresh and raw recipes.

Easy to sprout

Green peas sprout in less than a week, making them simple to grow in your own home. You can grow them easily in a designated sprouter, or just grow them in a mason jar with no soil and nothing but fresh cool water. Seeds can be germinated without sunlight and with only minimal water to make a delicious and fresh addition to your kitchen.

Sprouted seeds contain complex carbohydrates and nutrients that your body needs, even more than the unsprouted seed or grain. These healthy young shoots are packed with energy but low in calories, and make a great freshly grown snack. Pea sprouts are naturally sweet and can be enjoyed year round for a taste of spring sugar peas whenever you’re craving it. They pair great with soft cheeses and other microgreens, or can be eaten alone with salt and pepper or plain for a sweet satisfying crunch.

For a lot of nutrition in an easy source at an affordable price, you can’t go wrong with green pea seeds from Food to Live!