Rédei onion sprouting seeds

Rédei onion sprouting seedsRédei onion sprouting seeds

"Daily vitamin intake from sprouts"

Onion seeds for sprouting.

Allium cepa

Manufacturer: Rédei Kertimag LTD.
Made in: Hungary
Packaging: 15 g
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"Which food can be grown in the house, without soil, can be harvested in a week, and is liked by children, dogs, horses, and husbands?"

What can supply the whole family with vegetables all year around, no matter the season, and can also reduce our expenses on food?

Which food can be grown easily, without any waste, can be eaten raw or cooked, is delicious on its own, or in exciting recipies?

The answer to these questions: SPROUTS"

(Mark M. Braunstein: Csírakert a konyhában)

Onion sprouts are a great addition to buttered bread, salads, and muesli. Tender, onion tasted sprouts.

Anti-inflammatory, anti-septic and phlegm resolving. Cleanses the blood. Soothes gastroenteric problems. Contains lots of vitamins (B1, B2, C) and minerals (K, Ca, Mg, P, Fe).

Growing: all year around.

For a plate of sprouts you will need 1 tablespoon of seeds.

Temperature needed for sprouting: cc. 20°C, water daily.

Before sprouting soak the seeds for 4- hours.

Sprouting time: 10-14 days.

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Environmental information

Packaging:

Paper bag. Please recycle after use!

Environmental advantages:

With sprouting seeds and a seed sprouter anybody can grow their own nutritious and high in vitamin fresh sprouts self-sufficiently.

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