- — Kosher, Non-GMO, Organic, Raw, Sproutable, Vegan
- — High Germination Rate
- — High in Vitamins C
- — Gluten, Cholesterol and Sugars Free
- — Country of Origin: Italy
Organic Radish Seeds for Sprouting and Spicing Up Your Meals
Everyone knows that sprouts are good for you, but they also taste bland, unless you sprout them from Organic Radish Seeds. These seeds can be used as a spice all on their own. And when sprouted, they will give you microgreens with a delicious peppery flavor.
Organic Radish Seeds for sprouting are packed with nutrients and antioxidants. They also have a delicious peppery flavor if you use them as a spice. Note that you should grind them using mortar and pestle first. The oil in the seeds is rich with essential minerals and has a strong spicy and peppery flavor.
How to Use Organic Radish Seeds for Sprouting and Cooking
Food to Live organic radish sprouting seeds can be used both for growing your own tasty microgreens and as a spice. However, ground seeds have a bitter and rather potent flavor, so you should test if you like them this way first.
Sprouting organic radish seeds bulk is easy. Just take any flat container and lay a few paper towels at the bottom. Lay down the seeds in a thin layer over it and add a little water (1/4 cup per 2 tablespoons of seeds). Be sure to soak seeds for 15 minutes and strain them first.
Water the seeds as needed and you’ll have organic radish sprouts in about two days. They taste a bit milder than mature radishes, which sets them apart from all other sprouts.
You can add sprouted organic radish seeds to salads and green smoothies. They will also go well when served with soup. Do not boil them, however, as this will reduce the antioxidant content. Also, try adding them to sandwiches and spring rolls.
Store organic radish seeds bulk in a cool dry place. As sprouts grow very fast, it’s best to sprout in small batches so you always have them fresh.