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Organic Sprouting Seeds Tendril Pea

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Tendril peas produce the tenderest of pea shoots and can be produced throughout the year on a bright warm windowsill.


Organic Sprouting Seeds Tendril Pea

Organic Sprouting Seeds Tendril Pea  produce the tenderest of pea shoots and can be produced throughout the year on a bright warm windowsill. They produce a robust, tender Shoot in 10 – 21 days (depending on your climate, time of year and for how long you grow them). The shoots sprouts are tender, juicy and equally perfect in salads or stir fry. Not suited to sprouting jars.

Cultivation Advice 

  • Choose certified organic Tendril Pea seeds specifically labeled for sprouting. Ensure they are untreated and safe for consumption.
  • You can sprout Tendril Pea seeds in a shallow tray, sprouting bag, or using a sprouting jar with a mesh lid designed for sprouting.
  • Measure about 2-3 tablespoons of Tendril Pea seeds (adjust the amount based on your container size). Rinse the seeds thoroughly under cold water to remove debris.
  • Place the seeds in the sprouting container and cover them with about 2-3 times their volume of clean water. Soak the seeds for around 8-12 hours or overnight.
  • After soaking, drain the water from the seeds using a fine mesh sieve or sprouting lid. Rinse the seeds thoroughly with fresh water and drain again.
  • Spread the rinsed seeds evenly in the sprouting container to ensure good coverage. Cover the container with a breathable lid or cloth secured with a rubber band.
  • Rinse the seeds twice a day (morning and evening) by thoroughly flushing them with water and draining well each time.
  • Tendril Pea sprouts usually start to show growth within 2-4 days. Allow them to grow to your desired length, typically around 2-4 inches, within 5-7 days.
  • If desired, expose the sprouts to indirect sunlight for a few hours on the final day to encourage chlorophyll development and a slightly milder flavor.
  • Once the sprouts reach the desired length, give them a final rinse and drain thoroughly. Use clean scissors to cut the sprouts just above the seeds.
  • After harvesting, pat the sprouts dry using clean paper towels and store them in a breathable container or plastic bag in the refrigerator. Consume within a few days for freshness.
  • Adjust soaking times, rinsing frequency, or exposure to light to experiment with the taste, texture, and appearance of Tendril Pea sprouts.
  • Ensure all equipment used in sprouting is thoroughly cleaned before and after use to prevent contamination and promote healthy sprout growth.
  • Use fresh and high-quality Tendril Pea seeds from reputable sources. Fresh seeds generally have better germination rates, leading to healthier sprouts.
  • Use clean, filtered water for soaking and rinsing the sprouting seeds. Avoid using water that may contain contaminants or impurities.
  • Ensure proper drainage during the sprouting process. Adequate drainage prevents excess moisture, which can lead to mold or bacterial growth.
  • Thoroughly clean and sanitize your sprouting containers, lids, or any equipment used in the sprouting process before and after each use to minimize the risk of contamination.
  • Adequate airflow is crucial for healthy sprout growth. Avoid overcrowding the seeds and ensure proper ventilation by using breathable lids or covers.
  • To promote even sprouting, gently rotate or shake the container occasionally during the sprouting process to prevent the seeds from sticking together.
  • If you notice any signs of mold during the sprouting process, immediately discard the affected sprouts and ensure better ventilation and thorough rinsing in subsequent batches.
  • Experiment with incorporating Tendril Pea sprouts into various recipes. Their mild, sweet flavor and crisp texture make them an excellent addition to dishes like stir-fries, soups, and smoothie bowls.
  • Plan successive batches of sprouts to ensure a continuous supply. Stagger the soaking and sprouting times to have a regular harvest of fresh sprouts.
  • Mix Tendril Pea sprouts with other sprouts or microgreens to create diverse flavor combinations and textures in your culinary creations.
  • Maintain a sprouting journal to note down soaking times, rinsing frequency, observations, and any adjustments made. This record can guide future sprouting attempts.

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