Chickpeas

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Organic Seeds for Sprouts & Microgreens

Best organic sprouting seeds chickpea for growing sprouts and microgreens.

Chickpeas have long been a staple food, especially in Mexico and India. They are used, for example, to make the well-known hummus paste, which is loved by many.

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Taste: Sprouts of chickpeas have a nutty, slightly buttery taste. The fresh green of the chickpea is crisply mild with a light bean aroma.

Ingredients: Sprouted chickpeas have a high content of protein, complex carbohydrates, unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins A and C and lots of iron, magnesium and zinc. The contained protein is rich in the essential amino acids lysine and threonine.

Usage: raw: in salads, on bread, for juicing, smoothies or as decoration of your dishes

Positive properties: promotes digestion, supports blood formation, lowers blood sugar levels and strengthens bones and nerves

Scope of delivery: This offer includes organic seeds only. Under the product pictures you may see an image of the chickpea green ready for harvest, including tray and soil, so you can get an idea of how it looks ready grown.

This seed can be used for growing microgreen as well as in sprouting jars.

Organic microgreen and sprouting seeds chickpeas. Seeds from certified organic farming for sprouts and microgreens (DE ÖKO 006).

Origin: Italy

Botanical name: Cicer arietinum

Also called: Roman chicks, Venus chicks, field peas or garbanzo beans

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Additional information

Weight N/A
Package Size

100 g, 500 g, 1000 g, 5000 g, 10 kg, 25 kg

Growing Type

Microgreen, Sprouting Jar

Origin

Italy

Germination

Dark germs

Genus

Pulses

Macronutrients

High in protein

Minerals & Trace Elements

Iron, Zinc

Other Ingredients

All essential amino acids

Healthy Characteristics

Bone Strengthening, Digestive, Hematopoietic, Lowering blood sugar

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