Brocolli Sprouting Seeds High in Sulfurophane 1 lb
Our Brocolli seeds are 300% higher in sufurophane than standard Brocolli seeds. We have limited quantity available for purchase. These Brocolli seeds are provided in 1LB bags.
Tested and shown to reduce pathogenic bacteria on seed by an average of 3 log, which is a 99.9% reduction.
- Certified Organic by Quality Assurance International (QAI)
- Certified Kosher by Orthodox Union (OU)
- Audited by AIB International
- Audited by Steritech
- Audited by Food Protection Services
- Audited by multiple customers annually
Full of health benefits! Broccoli has become a popular sprout because of its delicious flavor. Broccoli sprouts add color and a mild spicy flavor to your meals. Broccoli sprouts are packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. In 1998 Johns Hopkins University declared broccoli sprouts and other crucifer sprouts to be particularly high in sulforaphane, a glucosinolate shown to have a variety of health benefits.
Making Brocolli Sprouts:
Place the seeds into a jar and cover them with a few inches of warm purified water. Let them soak overnight in a warm dark place. Then, after about 8 to 10 hours, drain the water off.
Rinse the seeds with fresh water, 2 to 3 times a day for 4 to 5 days. Place the jar in a warm, dark place during this time period. Make sure to drain off all of the water after each rinsing to prevent spoiling of the sprouts.
Once your sprouts are a few centimeters long and have defined yellow leaves, move your jar out into a place where it can be exposed to some sunlight. This will allow the sprouts to use the light and grow quickly. Be sure to keep rinsing as the sprouts can dry out quickly in hot and dry environments. You will recognize when the sprouts are ready as they will have darker green leaves and be about an inch or longer in length. Dont worry about eating them too early. As soon as they are green they are ready to go.
Yield: about 4 cups