- — Kosher, Non-GMO, Organic, Raw, Sproutable, Vegan
- — High Germination Rate
- — High in Vitamin C
- — Gluten, Fat, Cholesterol, Sodium and Sugars Free
Food To Live Organic Clover Seeds are toxins, pathogens, and GMO-free. They come from North America farmers and are perfect for growing organic clover sprouts. Rich in protein, fiber, phytonutrients, and antioxidants, these sprouts are a great addition to any diet. They are also low in calories and contain no fats.
How to Use Organic Clover Seeds
Organic clover seeds are edible, although they can be hard to digest, so it’s best to sprout them. Any part of the clover plant is edible, and many people enjoy chewing red clover blossoms. The leaves of mature plants can be eaten when cooked, but they have a peculiar taste, so beware. Note that rabbits enjoy clovers particularly and these greens are a very popular fodder.
The best way to enjoy numerous health benefits of organic clover seeds is to sprout them to get a bunch of delicious microgreens. In this form, they are rich in vitamin C, folate, iron, and calcium, but contain varying amounts of most other essential nutrients.
Today many homeowners consider clover a weed. However, white and red clover used to be a regular part of the American lawn until about 50 years ago. Clover plants are a type of legumes, which means they can ‘charge’ the soil with nitrogen. These greens act like natural fertilizers and will benefit your garden.
Some homeowners are wary of clover mites, but these pests can occur on any plant, not only clovers. They aren’t dangerous, don’t bite, and don’t deal any damage to a building. However, they feed on plants and can cause a lot of harm to the garden. You can get rid of them using specialized insecticides or by hiring a professional service.
Red clover blossoms are considered a women’s herb because they contain phytoestrogens. These are chemical compounds that act similar to the female hormone estrogen. They don’t have much of an effect on fertility, and you’ll have to consume a lot of clover sprouts to experience any significant shift in the estrogen levels.
However, clover tea and even sprouts are known to help alleviate the unpleasant symptoms of PMS and menopause.
How to Sprout Clover Seeds at Home
- Yields approximately 3 Cups (1/2 lb.) of Sprouts. Prep 3 Tablespoons of seed, then transfer into a bowl or into your Sprouter. Add 2-3 times as much cool (60°-70°) water. Mix seeds up to assure even water contact for all.
- Allow seeds to soak for 6-12 hours. Empty the seeds into your Sprouter (if necessary). Drain off the soak water. Rinse thoroughly with cool (60°-70°) water. Drain thoroughly! Set your Sprouter anywhere out of direct sunlight and at room temperature (70° is optimal) between Rinses. Ensure sufficient air-circulation is provided.
- Always be sure to Drain very thoroughly. The most common cause of inferior sprouts is inadequate drainage. Rinse and Drain again every 8-12 hours for 3 days.
Enjoy your home-made sprouts!