In the world of healthy eating, few foods can compete with the nutrient dense, vitamin rich vegetable sprout!
From delicious broccoli to zesty wheat grass, Nature Jim’s sprouting seeds are easy to grow and tasty to boot. Rich in vitamins, minerals, enzymes, fiber, amino acids, chlorophyll and protein, our sprouting seeds can help lower bad cholesterol and fat, support a stronger immune system and fight cardiovascular disease.
Our sprouting seeds are also certified organic*, non-GMO products proudly made in the USA. Packaged in a convenient 16oz resealable bag for preserving seed freshness, with an easy, step-by-step guide to take you from seed to sprout in no time at all!
*Our Mung Bean Sprouting Seed is the only product not certified organic.
The best thing about sprouting seeds is that they’re easy to grow and low maintenance. That said, every type of sprout has its own flavor profile and nutritional benefits.
Broccoli seeds for sprouting are great because they can help reduce bad cholesterol, increase longevity and even reduce your risk of cancer! These grow from seed to sprout in just five days and they’re certified organic when you buy from Nature Jim’s.
Bean sprout seeds grow in about six days. They’re chock-full of iron and vitamin C, which support your immune system. As an added bonus, they’re also high in fiber and protein, making them a fantastic, low-calorie energy boost.
Lastly, alfalfa seeds for sprouting may be the most popular simply because they’re so widely known. And when you consider that they’re rich in vitamins C and K, it’s no surprise so many people think “alfalfa” when they hear the word “sprouts.” These are ready to eat within about five days.
The process of growing from seed to sprout is simpler than you might think. Even if you’ve struggled to care for cacti, succulents or other “foolproof” plants in the past, the ideal regimen for sprouts is very straightforward.
But before we get into the growing process, we need to discuss food safety. Sprouting seed safely requires one easy, additional step to reduce any risk of foodborne illness. First, soak your seeds in either distilled white vinegar or apple cider vinegar for 15 minutes.
The ideal ratio is one heaping tablespoon of seeds to two tablespoons of vinegar. After 15 minutes, rinse until the vinegar smell is gone. Then, soak those same seeds in water for six to eight hours. This combination of vinegar followed by water kicks off the growing process and removes any dormant bacteria.
The basic rule of sprouting how-to is “rinse, drain and repeat.” Over the three to seven days this process takes, you’re really just repeating the same steps.
You’ll need a mason jar, ideally wide-mouthed, and a sprouting lid or bit of cheesecloth. Two or three times every day, you’ll add a few tablespoons of water to the jar, swirl it around with the seeds and drain the water out.
In the interim, place the jar upside-down at an angle in a bowl. This ensures any leftover water drains away from your sprouting seeds.
You can buy a wide range of sprouting seeds from us right here at Nature Jim’s! While you can always head to your local grocery store for our ready-to-eat sprouts, we also offer all our seeds for sprouts here.
And you’re smart to consider growing at home. Having any kind of home garden can save you money on groceries—even if your “garden” is a jar of sprouting seeds on your kitchen counter.
When you buy Nature Jim’s sprouting seeds, you’re also buying peace of mind. Our family has run this company while cultivating sprouts and seeds for over 60 years, and we know a thing or two.
From ensuring all our seeds (excluding Mung Bean) are USDA certified organic to providing smart, resealable packaging, we’re committed to helping you grow sprouts at home.
Most importantly, we’re focused on making it as safe, easy and healthy as possible for you and your family. If you’re ready to get started, just click here to order your sprouting seeds today.
Our mix of green pea, lentil and adzuki beans are a nutritious and delicious addition to salads, soups, sandwiches and so much more. Supercharge your old favorite recipes with an unmistakable crunch and unique flavor–not to mention the antioxidants and protein packed into these small, powerful sprouting beans.
From the antioxidant power of vitamin C to the bone-strengthening vigor of vitamin K, our alfalfa sprouts are eager to please your body’s deepest cravings for key nutrients. They’re full of flavor and just the right amount of crunch to amp up salads, sandwiches and soups.
Among other things, broccoli sprouts are brimming with sulforaphane. This powerful phytochemical helps to lower bad cholesterol, reduce the risk of cancer and increase longevity. From seed to sprout in just five days, you’ll reap the superfood benefits before you can say sulforaphane!
A 100-gram serving of Clover sprouts contain two grams of fiber—eight percent of a daily value. And that’s good because fiber can help you feel fuller longer, lower blood sugar and improve colon health. Clover sprouts supercharge any meal with flavor, texture and health perks.
Mung bean sprouts are packed with the immune system-supporting iron and free radical-fighting vitamin C worthy of praise from even the coolest kids. High in fiber and protein, our mung bean sprouts provide all the energy needed to be your awesome self.
Daikon radish sprouts are packed with folate, which promotes cardiovascular health. And that’s great. But these little sprouts can do more than support a healthy heart. These mini wonders are overflowing with vitamin C, which is used to make carnitine—a compound that encourages your body to turn fat into fuel.
Our salad mix has everything you need to create that perfect, healthy mixture to top your next meal. With alfalfa, radish, broccoli and clover sprouting seeds, this mixture is sure to please anyone looking to add texture, flavor and nutrition to their next meal.
If you’re looking for the stress-reducing power of vitamin B, the hormone-balancing strength of zinc and the restorative properties of protein, you’ve come to the right place. Sunflower sprouts are a tender and delicious addition to any meal.
Wheatgrass even sounds healthy. These sprouts offer a plethora of protein, iron, magnesium, calcium and complex vitamins. They’re a great addition to smoothies. From seed to sprout in six days, you’ll be gulping down the nutritional benefits of our wheatgrass sprouts in no time.