Garbanzo beans have been grown and enjoyed for thousands of years. This ancient ingredient is still a popular part of the cuisine of Asia, India, and the Mediterranean. Garbanzo bean sprouts are easy to grow and easy to digest. Delicious for snacking, or add to a variety of dishes. Rich in vitamins and minerals, they contain protein, plenty of fiber, calcium, iron and vitamin C.
Sprouting is as easy, simply soak 6 to 8 hours in 4 parts room temperature water to 1 part seed. After soaking rise and drain seed spreading evenly in a sprouting container. Sprouts must be rinsed and drained 3 times per day during the growing season. Cover and place in a dark space for 3 days. Expose to light for a few hours on the 3rd day to develop chlorophyll. 68 to 80 degrees is adequate temperature. 2 tablespoons of seeds yields approximately 1 quart of sprouts.
Easy to grow
Healthy & Nutritious
Rich in vitamins and minerals, they contain protein, plenty of fiber, calcium, iron and vitamin C