The mini Soy bean sprouts are a variant of the Soy bean sprouts. This comes about due to the growth/cultivation process. Mini Soy bean sprouts are only cultivated in culturing water for a few hours and are then harvested.
The kernel of the wheat grain. These sprouts have a slightly sweetish taste. Besides that, they are particularly rich in proteins and fibres. In addition, they are a source of vitamins B1, B3, B5 and iron.
The Fennel sprouts have a very special flavour; that is, the flavour of aniseed. Also, these sprouts are full of various vitamins, including vitamin B and folic acid.
Most people know them: radishes. This purple radish sprout looks very much like the yellow radish sprout, but differs in colour. The red radish sprouts are just a bit more peppery than the yellow radish sprouts. As well as the familiar radish taste, they are also very healthy and rich in Vitamin C, magnesium and calcium. What is unique about these sprouts is that they contain anthocyanins. Anthocyanins are pigments which cause the sprout to acquire a reddish-purple colour.
Soy bean sprouts are currently far and away the best-known sprouts (due to the spring roll, among other things). Fresh soy bean sprouts have a crispy and fresh taste and are rich in vitamin B11 (folic acid) and vitamin C.
Deze rijke mix van verschillen soorten kiemgroenten heeft een nootachtige smaak. De kiemmix bevat de volgende kiemen; adzuki, linzen, kikkererwten, mini taugé en tarwe. Door de aanwezigheid van de vele kiemen is de mix erg gezond, maar bovenal erg eiwit- en vezelrijk.
Lentil sprouts are one of the better-known legumes. They have a slightly nutty flavour and are tasty as raw vegetables but even tastier when steamed! Lentil sprouts are rich in iron, copper and manganese.
The small, yellow and round sprouts. These sprouts have a slightly nutty flavour and contain many healthy nutrients, but are characterised by the fact that they are rich in proteins and fibres (7.3gram/100gram). In addition, they contain even more nutrients like zinc, copper, manganese and potassium.
These beautiful green sprouts have a characteristic flavour. The sunflower sprouts are very sweet and have a solid bite. Sunflower sprouts are rich in vitamins B3, B5 and B6, and are a source of vitamin E and magnesium.
The light purple-coloured sprout is characterised by a recognisable flavour, that is, a slight red cabbage flavour. A very attractive sprout, due to its appearance and flavour. In addition, Red cabbage sprouts also contain vitamins B3, B5, B6 and folic acid.
This beautiful pink-coloured sprout looks somewhat like the Red beet sprouts. This beautiful pink-coloured sprout is frequently used in restaurants as decoration, on account of its appearance. The Rosabi sprouts have a slight flavour of beets. Furthermore, they are high in fibres and folic acid.
This beautiful red-coloured sprout is frequently used in restaurants as decoration, on account of its appearance. The Red beet sprouts have a slightly earthy flavour. Moreover, they are rich in vitamin B11 and are a source of vitamin E and magnesium.
In terms of structure, Green pea sprouts look very much like the Asparagus pea sprouts. The difference lies in the colour and taste; as a result of the sprouts being exposed to light for longer, they change colour. Green pea sprouts have a refreshing, crispy flavour like that of fresh snow peas (mangetout peas) and are high in fibres.
The Asparagus pea sprout is a long, beautiful, white sprout. The flavour is close to that of asparagus. The sprouts, moreover, are very healthy and high in fibres.
In terms of appearance, they look very much like the leek sprouts, but the difference lies in the flavour. The garlic sprouts are unique on account of their recognisable flavour: garlic. Garlic sprouts contain vitamins B6, C and phosphorus, among other things.
In terms of appearance, they look very much like the garlic sprouts, but the difference lies in the flavour. The leek sprouts are unique on account of their recognisable flavour: onion. They are also very rich in vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and folic acid.
Most people know them: radishes. These green & purple radish sprouts look very much like the yellow radish sprouts. Also, these are the only sprouts that come in two colours. The green & purple sprouts have the most piquant taste of all the radish sprouts. As well as the familiar radish taste, they are also very healthy and rich in vitamin C, B6 and E.
Most people know them: radishes. These green radish sprouts look very much like the yellow radish sprouts, but have a different colour. The colouring results from the fact that they are grown under light. This also has an influence on the flavour of the sprouts: the rettich sprouts are just a little more piquant than the radish sprouts. As well as the familiar radish flavour, they are also very healthy and rich in vitamin C.
Most people know them: radishes. These yellow radish sprouts have the well-known piquant radish flavour. As well as the familiar radish flavour, they are also very healthy and rich in vitamin C.
Broccoli sprouts are very healthy. They have a mild broccoli flavour. As well as containing a high concentration of healthy nutrients, they have a mild broccoli taste. Broccoli sprouts are appetising with fish dishes and in filled bread rolls.
Broccoli sprouts contain a high concentration of SGS (Sulphoraphane Glucosinolate), an antioxidant which naturally occurs in Broccoli. SGS helps your body to strengthen its own immune system and to increase your resistance. One topping of 10 grams of Broccoli sprouts contains approximately as much SGS as 300 to 500 grams of ordinary Broccoli. Furthermore, Broccoli sprouts are rich in vitamins C, E and K1.
This small red bean originally comes from China and Japan, and it is not so very long ago that it became popular in the West. Adzuki beans have a neutral, nutty flavour and are good for the digestion, for example. Also, they are a source of vitamin C, phosphorus and potassium.
Alfalfa is one of the better-known vegetable sprouts. They have a neutral, fresh flavour. As well as being very tasty, they are also very healthy. So, for example, they are good for the digestion, for physical recovery and for increasing the resistance.