Aconbury Organic Seeds by Mail Order to see the whole range. Aconbury are based in rural Herefordshire and have been sprouting seeds since 1985 - so they know their business! Aconbury are BRC-accredited and Soil Association certified. If your new to sprouting you might need a tray and some guidance.
Aconbury are based in rural Herefordshire and have been sprouting seeds since 1985 - so they know their business!
Aconbury are BRC-accredited and Soil Association certified.
In 2006 they won the award for the best new fruit and vegetable product at Food and Drink Expo, with their sango radish sprouts.
In 2009 they won again at the International Food Exhibition, with their golden snow pea shoots . In essence, Aconbury are producing living food for the best possible nutrition.
Sprouts are really living baby plants, so they make superb fresh vegetables and ingredients: they are ideal for salads, sandwiches, stir-fries, hummus, dips, soups, casseroles and ethnic dishes. Sprouts can add great flavour, texture and colour.
Every sprouted seed contains a treasure-trove of latent energy which bursts forth when that seed germinates: this converts the stored inactive nutrients into a highly nutritious sprout, alive with phyto-nutrients, protein and a vast array of vitamins, enzymes and minerals.
Remember: sprouts retain their maximum flavour and nutrition when eaten raw. If you want to include them in cooked dishes, it is best to put them in at the last minute.
Don't forget that sprouts are an excellent food for vegetarians, vegans and those on a gluten-free diet.
You can 'add a garden to your kitchen' by discovering the fun and health-giving benefits of sprouting your own organic seeds. It is not difficult - you can easily transform grains, beans, lentils and other legumes into fresh sprouts and shoots. It's also one of the best things you can do for your diet.
For a guide to sprouting, see our organic seed section.
Fresh organic sprouted beans and seeds are just perfect for today's busy lifestyle.
All the seeds, grains and beans can be grown indoors right through the winter, to provide a supply of fresh, home-grown sprouts for salads, sandwiches and casseroles. Sprouting seeds can make a good present for children, introducing them to science, cooking and caring for something.
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