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Organic  Broccoli Sprouts  Organic Non-GMO Broccoli Sprouts - Quick sprouting, easy to grow and excellent health benefits.

• An easy, nutritious sprout with spicy flavor.
• Soaking Time: 2 hours (NOTE: soaking longer than 3 hours will kill brassicas)
• Sprouting time: 3-5 days
• Recommended methods: Jar-Lid, Sprouting Tray, or Easy Sprouter
• Yield: 1 Tbsp = 3-4 cups
SKU Description Our price
1707A 3 OZ $7.95
1707L001 1 LB $27.00
1707L005 5 LB $120.00 ($24.00 per LB) Out of Stock
1707L025 25 LB $537.50 ($21.50 per LB) Out of Stock

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Broccoli 1707
• An easy, nutritious sprout with spicy flavor.
• Soaking Time: 2 hours (NOTE: soaking longer than 3 hours will kill brassicas)
• Sprouting time: 3-5 days
• Recommended methods: Jar-Lid, Sprouting Tray, or Easy Sprouter
• Yield: 1 Tbsp = 3-4 cups


First, some Food Safety

Our certified organic, Non-GMO Project Verified sprouting seeds are available throughout the country and we take the safe handling of our sprouting seeds very seriously.

Our process:
1) We test every lot of our sprouting seeds to ensure a high germination rate and freedom from pathogens like Listeria, Salmonella, and E. coli.
2) Our sprouting seeds are packed and sealed in a food safe facility following strict food safety protocols.
3) We take sealed samples from each packing run and send them to an independent lab to test again for any contamination with pathogens. We do not ship to our customers until we get the pathogen-free test results back.
4) Each package has lot and batch tracking codes for full product traceability.
5) We have a recall protocol in place if an issue ever arises.

Jar-Lid Method:

This is the simplest and cheapest method for sprouting. Any standard wide-mouth jar can be used together with a sprouting screen, sprout jar lid, or a small piece of tulle and a rubber band. To follow the basic method below, first check the back of your sprout package or our listings below for variety-specific directions:
  • Place 1-2 Tbsp of sprouting seeds in a clean wide-mouth jar
  • Place the sprouting screen and ring, sprout lid, or tulle and rubber band over the top of the jar
  • Fill the jar with water and then pour off to rinse seed
  • Fill jar with water and let soak for 4-12 hours, depending on the type of sprouts
  • Drain water, then rinse with water twice each day for 5 days until sprouts are finished
  • Store sprout jar in a bowl, tilted at an angle so any excess water drains out through the screen. Sprouts should be moist, not sitting in water
  • Once sprouts have grown to be an inch or so long and have formed very small leaves called cotyledons, the sprouts are ready for greening. Just place the jar in bright indirect light and they will turn green over the course of a day.
  • Enjoy your fresh sprouts on sandwiches, salads and more!
  • Store sprouts in the refrigerator for up to a week. If not stored in an airtight container, rinse sprouts with water each day to keep them moist.

Pros of the Jar-Lid Method:
• Easy
• Affordable
• Works very well for most seeds

Cons of the Jar-Lid Method:
• Less airflow and drainage than other sprouters
• Doesn’t work as well for gelatinous seeds (such as arugula, canola, and mustards), which may clog the screen and prevent water from draining out properly

Sprouting Tray Method:

This is another simple method that allows you to produce several different types of sprouts at the same time. Sprouting trays, like the SproutMaster and Bioset Germinator are usually plastic and stackable. They have multiple chambers with perforated bottoms to allow water to drain through and are modular, allowing you to grow as many different types of sprouts at once as you wish. With some models the bottom becomes the lid for storage. To follow the basic method below, first check the back of your sprout package or our listings below for variety-specific directions:
  • Cover the bottom of the sprouting tray with one single layer of seed.
  • Place the tray and seeds in a dish of water and soak for required time. (Alternatively, once you've measured your seeds in the tray, you can put the seeds in a bowl, fill the bowl with water, and soak for required time. Drain well.)
  • Twice a day, rinse the seeds. Either rinse under a tap of running water, or use a spray bottle to mist well. Tip the tray to the side to drain well.
  • Refrigerate to store once sprouts are ready. Sprouts can be refrigerated for up to a week in a sealed container. (Sprouts store best when they are fairly dry- do not store immediately after rinsing.)
  • NOTE: The Bioset Germinator contains a siphon system which automatically adjusts the water level and humidity in each chamber. Ideally one should simply fill the top chamber with water twice daily. However, it is recommended to drain each tray individually to ensure proper drainage.
Pros of the Sprout Tray Method:
• Fairly Easy
• Good airflow
• Excellent for most sprouts

Cons of the Sprout Tray Method:
• More expensive than Jar-Lid method
• Less space for taller sprouts like mung beans
• More difficult to clean than with the Jar-Lid method, use a vegetable brush.

Easy Sprouter

The Easy Sprouter works well for most seeds, and as the name implies, makes the process very easy. It is essentially a plastic cup with a second cup that fits inside it with drainage holes in the bottom, and a perforated lid to go on top. It comes with an insert for small seeds, a closed lid for refrigerator storage, and a perforated lid for travel (so your sprouts can breathe). The design provides better air circulation and drainage than the Jar-Lid method or the Sprout-Master. They are especially good for sprouting more-challenging mung beans because of the opaque plastic and upright shape. To follow the basic method below, first check the back of your sprout package or our listings below for variety-specific directions:
  • Place desired quantity of seed in the sprouter. Use small seed insert if sprouting smaller seeds like alfalfa or clover.
  • Fill container with water, then remove inner cup and allow water to drain out through the bottom.
  • Replace inner cup and fill container with water so seeds are covered by 1”, then soak for required time.
  • Allow water to drain by removing inner cup, then replace and cover with perforated lid.
  • Rinse seeds twice a day until they are ready. Leave lid off for a few hours in bright indirect light to “green” your sprouts.
  • To store, use solid lid and keep in the refrigerator up to a week, rinsing each day.
  • To travel, use perforated lid to allow airflow and discourage mold.

Pros of the Easy Sprouter:
• Very versatile
• Excellent airflow and drainage
• Ideal for mung bean sprouts
• Makes storage and traveling easy
• Easy to clean, dishwasher safe
• Made of non-leaching plastic

Cons of the Easy Sprouter:
• More expensive than Jar-Lid method

Hemp Bag

Many companies offer hemp bags for growing sprouts. These are primarily intended for sprouting beans, nuts, and grains, as delicate leafy sprouts can be easily damaged without the protection of a solid container. The bag must be tightly woven for sprouting small seeds. To follow the basic method below, first check the back of your sprout package or our listings below for variety-specific directions:

  • Place desired quantity of seed in bag.
  • Place bag in a bowl of water and remove to rinse.
  • Replace bag in a bowl of water to soak for desired time.
  • Remove bag from water and hang over sink for drip drying.
  • Rinse under the tap or in a bowl of water three times daily until sprouts are ready.
  • Sprouts can be stored in bag in refrigerator if placed inside a plastic bag; or remove and place sprouts in an airtight container.
  • Store sprouts for up to a week, rinsing daily.
  • Remove any stuck roots when sprouts are harvested.

Pros of the Hemp Bag:
• Best airflow and drainage of any sprouter
• Ideal for humid climates
• Great for traveling
• Easy to clean in the washing machine

Cons of the Hemp Bag:
• Not suitable for smaller seeds unless bag is tightly woven
• Not suitable for Chinese-style (2-3”) mung bean sprouts
• Bag dries out more quickly than other sprouters; more rinsing is required



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