Bean Salad Mix - Organic - Microgreen Sprouting Seeds 8oz (1/2LB)
2-4 Days. Non-GMO. High Germination. Organic. One of the best tasting and versatile sprout mixes available, non-GMO Organic Bean Salad Mix boasts some of the most popular and delicious legumes. Featuring creamy and nutty Organic adzuki bean, mung bean, green lentil, and a dash of the always robust spicy radish, Organic Bean Salad Mix is just as easily prepared raw as it is sprouted.
- Certified Organic By OTCO Bean Salad Sprouting Seeds - Adzuki, Mung Bean, Green Lentil & Radish
- High Germination Rate
- Perfect for Growing Sprouts, Food Storage, Bean Soups & More.
- Long Shelf Life
- Resealable Container - Handy Pantry Bran
|Crunchy, nutty, and mild blend with a kick of spicy radish
|Protein, Fiber, Iron, Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Fiber, Vitamins A, B, C, E, Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids
|1/4 cup per quart jar, sprouting tray, terra cotta sprouter, or sprout bag
|Initial Soak Time:
|2-3 times per day
|Days to Harvest:
|About 140 calories per 1 cup serving
Inside The Organic Bean Salad Mix
Organic Mung Bean: Vigna radiata, simply known as mungbean, is also known throughout the world by a variety of names including "gram", "maash", and "moong". Domesticated to much of eastern Asia and the Indian subcontinent, the mung bean is a traditional staple used as both a sweet and savory component to entrees and desserts in Chinese, Filipino, and Indian cuisines.
Organic Adzuki Bean: Vigna angularis, more commonly known as adzuki bean or red mung bean, is an international sensation that has been cultivated in Asia for millenia along with the mung and soybean. Adzuki is already a nutrient-dense bean essential to many diets but, when sprouted, increases nutrient content, especially in fiber, by as much as 300%. Adzuki is often boiled, sweetened, and mashed into a red mung bean paste, often serving as the base for additional flavoring for numerous dishes in both Chinese and Japanese cuisines.
Organic Green Lentil: Lens culinaris, or more commonly known as green lentil, is one of the earliest domesticated crops ever and is still going. Although a delicious and widely grown sprouting seed, non-GMO Lens culinaris is a popular cover crop traditionally sown in the fall to replenish nitrogen content in garden soil while breaking up tough soils. Green lentil is cultivated for its firm roots known to help minimize garden erosion, improve soil tilth and structure, while bolstering weed suppression.
Organic Daikon Radish: Raphanus sativus var. longipinnatus, or more commonly known as Daikon radish or even falsely "white carrot", is native to much of eastern Asia, but has since domesticated throughout most of the world. These root crops have become more popular as a cover crop within the last decade because of their ability to protect the soil from weeds while adding nutrients back to the soil. Daikon radish's hardy and solid roots are able to provide deep channels in the soil that enrich neighboring and subsequent crops.