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Alfalfa Seeds

Sprouts easily • Just add light and water • Organic and regular alfalfa.
 

Buy Alfalfa Seeds

 
7.99  
Organic bulk bag
A generous bag of organic alfalfa seeds.
2.25  
Starter-pack of organic seeds for sprouting
These organic alfalfa seeds are part of the Biosnacky range. Ideal for sprouting beginners!
5.95  
 

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RRP was: 10.69
Beginners size and for smaller appetites
 

All You Need To Know About Alfalfa

  • Alfalfa seeds come from the Alfalfa plant, which is related to the pea.
  • The alfalfa seed is probably one of the easiest of seeds to sprout, providing a bumper crop of mild, nutty tasting sprouts.
  • They make an ideal accompaniment to snacks alongside hummus (hummous) or avocado.
  • Alfalfa is a complete protein and will support the regeneration of muscle tissue after exertion.
  • The sprouted seed contains good levels of fibre, protein, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Niacin (B3), Calcium and Iron.
  • Sprouted alfalfa seeds are best eaten raw as their nutrients will quickly be lost during cooking.
  • As heat passes through them, even when sprinkled onto say a hot soup, they immediately begin to shrivel and lose the crunch which makes them so satisfying.
 

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