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Alfalfa Seeds have been popular for decades and generally used for sprouting. They are easy to germinate and will provide you with delicious crunchy microgreens that loaded with nutrients and antioxidants. Enjoy alfalfa sprouts anytime to help make sure you get plenty of vitamins and minerals.
One of the most valuable assets of alfalfa sprouts is such a low-calorie count, despite the very high nutritional value; one cup of fresh green sprouts has 33 calories. It provides a large serving of vitamin C and various B vitamins, as well as iron and copper.
Alfalfa sprouts also have a rather high level of vitamin K, and even though it’s suitable for the majority, we do recommend you consult your doctor, especially if you are on blood-thinning medication. People who need blood thinners or suffer from autoimmune conditions should avoid alfalfa seeds as well. It’s also not recommended for pregnant women because the plant is very bioactive and might trigger contractions.
How to Use Alfalfa Seeds for Sprouting
Food To Live Alfalfa Sprouting Seeds will allow you to grow fresh green sprouts in six days.
Use a 1:3 ratio of seeds and water.
Rinse the seeds and soak them for 12 hours. The water temperature should not be above 60-70F.
In 12 hours, drain and rinse the seeds, drain thoroughly, leave them in the glass jar where you soaked them, and cover it with a mesh or paper towel. Please do not place the jar in direct sunlight; however, keep them at room temperature.
Rinse and drain alfalfa sprout seeds every 12 hours for the next three days. On the fourth day, place the seeds someplace sunny and remove the cover. Keep on the rinse and drain routine for two more days. On day six, 12 hours after the last rinse, you can transfer sprouts to the fridge. Add them to salads, spring rolls, and sandwiches. Enjoy them fresh to get the maximum nutritional benefits.