Sprouting seeds is an inexpensive and enjoyable way to add nutrition to your meals. The most common way to enjoy sprouts is on sandwiches or in salads. In the dead of winter, sprouts offer a means of producing one's own fresh greens and vegetables, and provide healthful and tasty Crops in 2-4 days Description: Spicy curry flavor. High in Vitamins A and C. Easy to sprout in a warm place. An airing cupboard is ideal if white sprouts are required, or in the kitchen, out of direct sunlight, for green sprouts. This will give two slightly different tastes and textures. Sow all year round; fast-growing, ready to eat in 2-4 days. Easy to grow in a jam jar or a special sprouting kit. Sowing Instructions: Put 2 tablespoons(50ml) of seeds in a jam jar. Cover seeds with about 250ml/1 cup of water. Cover the jar with a piece of muslin and secure with a rubber band. Soak seeds overnight. The seeds will swell considerably. Drain water through the muslin cloth, then rinse seeds in fresh water. Repeat the process, drain well, and place jar on its side. Rinse seeds at least twice daily through the muslin cloth until sprouts are ready to eat. This is essential to avoid fermenting, moldy seedlings. When ready to eat, rinse and use straight from the jar. Storage Instructions: Sprouted seeds will store in an unsealed polythene bag in the fridge for 3 or 4 days. Rinse regularly.