Taste: fresh green of adzuki beans has a sweetish-tart, slightly bitter taste. The sprouts taste slightly nutty and go towards peas.
Ingredients: Adzuki beans are expectionally rich in nutrients and ingredients. They belong to the most protein-rich vegetable foods. It is also rich in fiber, contains a lot of iron, calcium, potassium and vitamins A, B, C and E. The green of adzuki beans is very rich in lysine and possesses (besides Tryptophan) also all other essential amino acids .
Usage: raw (not before the 4th day of germination): in salads, on bread, for juicing, smoothies or as a decoration of your dishes, steamed as vegetables or as a component of wok pans
Positive properties: they are said to help with kidney diseases, strengthen connective tissue, and have a intestinal cleansing and cancer-preventing effect.
Scope of delivery: This offer includes organic seeds. Under the product pictures you may see an image of the adzuki bean green ready for harvest, including tray and soil, so you can get an idea of how it looks ready grown.
Note: Since adzuki beans, as the name suggests, belong to the beans, they may not be eaten raw before the 4th day of germination. If you are unsure, it is best to heat them up before eating.
This seed can be used for growing microgreen as well as in sprouting jars.
Organic microgreen and sprouting seeds adzuki beans. Seeds from certified organic farming for sprouts and microgreens (DE ÖKO 006).
Botanical name: Vigna angularis
Also called: azukibean, lunjabean