Yes, yes, yes. With a name like Sydney Sprouts, you won’t be at all surprised to know we’re huge fans of sprouting. But rather than simply taking our word for it with general comments about how ‘nutritious’, ‘delicious’ and ‘good for you’ sprouts are, we thought it was time to get a bit more specific.
Life is filled with views and counter views – and the world of food is no exception!
While we have a lot of love for MiNDFOOD magazine, we did raise our eyebrows at an article that appeared in the middle of last year (it’s the one with Sir David Attenborough on the cover), singing the praises of canned chickpeas when it comes to taste and nutrition.
Chickpeas are part of the everyday diet for thousands of Australians. If you love freshly-made hummus or crunchy chickpeas in salads, it’s time to forget buying canned chickpeas. Start sprouting your own at home and reap the nutritional and taste benefits.
From the pyramids of ancient Egypt to the kitchens of modern Australia,we’re very happy to announcepremium qualityradish seeds arenow availablefromSydney Sprouts. As we explore in our latest blog,they’re just perfect forhomesprouting or growing as microgreens.