Sprouts added to sandwiches like stuffed pitas add a nice look to the food. I also recently saw on Paula Dean's show that her son added sprouts to a stuffed grilled chicken pita sandwich.
- Benefits & Description
Benefits & DescriptionVariety Pack | Simple to Use | Great Value
• Great Tasting Variety Pack
Add a zing to your homemade sandwiches and subs with fresh sprouts grown from this Traditional Sprout Seed Mix. This 4 ounce organic seed mixture includes alfalfa seeds and clover seeds for a tasty, nutritious addition to your emergency food pantry or home seed vault. • Grow Sprouts for Added Nutrition
The Super Sandwich Organic Blend for a delicious, nutritious addition to sandwiches, subs, burgers and more. Sprouts are exceptionally nutritious, high in plant protein, and easy to digest. Compact and easy to use, these sprouts offer exceptional value at an affordable price. • Create Your Own Seed Vault
Keep your emergency food stores green and secure with the Traditional Sprout Seed Mix.
This 4 ounce sprouting mixture includes alfalfa seeds and clover seeds for a spicy, protein-rich sprout mix that pairs well with burgers, sandwiches, subs and more. Better yet, these sprouting seeds are completely organic, ensuring that your food supply is as safe and secure as you need it to be.
Keep these sprouting seeds in your emergency food pantry and you’ll never be more than a few days away from delicious fresh sprouts by the handful. Shelf life varies by seed variety.
Turn your sandwich from a zero to a hero with the robust flavor of fresh alfalfa and clover sprouts. This Traditional Sprout Seed Mix includes 4 oucnes of alfalfa seeds and clover seeds, both of which turn into nutritional powerhouses once sprouted and can be used to add a delicious zip to a wide variety of foods, including sandwiches, burgers, subs and more.
With this popular organic sprouting seed mixe you can join the countless others who are taking control of their food security by maintaining their own small seed vaults. Keep your own seeds and you don’t need to worry about food security issues like pesticides, contaminants, genetic modification or fresh food shortages. Instead, you get safe, organic seeds that you can sprout at any time for fresh, green produce.
- What's In-the-Box?
What's In-the-Box?Sprouting Seeds
1 bag - Traditional Sprout Seed Mix Sprout Variety: Alfalfa & Clover
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: EK0055 Preservation Method: No Net Weight of Contents: .25 lbs Brand: The Ready Store Packaging: Pouch Estimated Shelf Life: Up to 4 Years Allergen and Specialty: Vegetarian Food Type: Vegetables
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- Nice flair to your presentation at gatherings
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- Good introduction to sprouting
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