Pea Sprouts

Green Pea Sprouts in a Bowl

Pea Sprouts - the "Fast and Sweet"

The sweet one of the family: the Pea Sprout. It comes in many types: green, yellow, dwarf grey sugar, giant, speckled... And it grows very fast.

Profile: Sweet, mild and crisp.

How Do I Eat It?

Its mild taste accommodate pretty much anything. Raw pea sprouts are great to add sweetness and freshness to a salad or a sandwich. You can also quickly saute them in a bit of oil, or even cook them to replace green peas in a soup.

You can't go wrong with them!

Mint & Sprouted pea dip

• 3 cups sprouted green peas
• 1 minced garlic clove
• 1/4 cup fresh mint
• 3 tbsp lemon juice
• 1/4 cup olive oil
• Salt and pepper

Blend all the ingredients together. Use as a spread on toast, or as a dip with fresh veggies!

How Do I Grow It?

Very good news: pea sprouts are incredibly easy to grow, AND are ready to be eaten by the third day!

• Use 1 cup of seeds or less
• Soak for 6-12 hours
• Rince twice a day
• Harvest in 2-3 days

How Good is it for Me?

Pea sprouts are PACKED with nutrients: protein, fiber, potassium, calcium, iron, vitamin C, vitamin B-complex. And a bunch of antioxidants to help to reduce the risk of some diseases.

So, very good for you.


Difficulty: Easy
Seed Qty: Up to 1 cup
Soak: 6-12 hours
Rinse: 2x per day
Harvest: 1” tail in 2-3 days

Pea sprouts have a flavor that you don't want to miss out on! They are full of vitamin C, B-complex, iron and potassium. They are also a great addition for weight management and digestion thanks to the dietary fiber and protein they contain. What's more, the antioxidants in pea sprouts can help to reduce the risk of certain diseases. Not only are they packed with nutrition, but they're also incredibly easy to grow, and are ready by the third day of sprouting. Mix them up in your salads, sandwiches, and wraps for an extra boost of nutrition and flavor. With pea sprouts there are so many possibilities!

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