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إترك تقييم لمنتج جربته مع تحميل صورة من تصويرك وإحصل مباشرة على كود خصم عن طريق الإيميل

Green Lentils 114g

3.250 KWD

2-4 Days.

 Lens culinaris. are a simple and delicious way to enhance any weeknight meal. Rich in protein, calcium, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids without any of the sugar and only 80 calories, organic green lentil sprouts are an excellent addition to any diet or fitness goals.

Growing Organic Green Lentil Sprouting Seeds

  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Recommended Seeding: 1/4 cup per quart jar, sprouting tray, or sprout bag
  • Initial Soak Time: 4-8 hours
  • Rinse Frequency: 2-3 times per day
  • Days to Harvest: 2-4 days
  • Flavor: Smooth, creamy bite with a robust and peppery zest
  • Nutrients: Protein, Calcium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Vitamins A, C, Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids
  • Calories: About 80 calories per 1 cup serving

About Organic Green Lentil Sprout Seeds

Using either a seed sprouting jar, sprouting tray, or hemp sprout bag, add about 1/4 cup organic green lentil sprout seeds to your container and allow seeds an initial soaking for 4-8 hours. After initial soak, continue to rinse organic green lentil sprouting seeds 2-3x per day and immediately drain, not allowing water to sit and soak. Rinse seeds 2-3x per day for 2-4 days, keeping organic green lentil sprouts fresh, crunchy, and hydrated without waterlogging. Non-GMO organic green lentil sprouts are quick to harvest in just 2-4 days, ready for fresh use with a smooth, creamy bite with a robust and peppery zest. Barley sprouting seeds grow a protein-rich sprout fortified with Calcium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Vitamins A, C, Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids and about 80 calories per cup.

More Than A Sprouting Seed

Lens culinaris, or more commonly known as green lentil, is one of the earliest domesticated crops ever and is still going. Although a delicious and widely grown sprouting seed, non-GMO Lens culinaris is a popular cover crop traditionally sown in the fall to replenish nitrogen content in garden soil while breaking up tough soils. Green lentil is cultivated for its firm roots known to help minimize garden erosion, improve soil tilth and structure, while bolstering weed suppression. Lentil roots are also popularly left untilled in the garden, in which gardeners trust in the power of the roots to have restructured the garden soil to best allow new root growth, drainage, weed control, and oxygen.