ROSE RADISH SPROUTS

Raphanus sativus
 
__ Organic rose radish seeds





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Rose radish sprouts 3 days
 
 
 
 

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Rose radish sprouts 6 days
 
 
 
 

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TASTE • EDIBLE PARTS

Rose radish sprouts have a strong taste of fresh
summer radishes. If you are you looking for a
slightly milder flavor, you can choose Diakon
radish sprouts instead. Diakon radish is the sister
of rose radish.
 
Alternatively, you can let the sprouts continue to
grow for 2-3 days after they have unfolded their
little leaves before you eat them. The longer
cultivation time makes them milder in taste.
 
All radish sprouts form root hairs. This is white,
branched roots, which look like mold to confusion.
You can see the cotton looking roots from after
only 2-3 days of germination.
 
The entire root and the rest of the sprout is edible
and full of flavor. Only rinse the hulls from the
sprouts before eating as the hulls are bitter.
 

NUTRITION

Vitamins A, C, B1, B3, B6, B9
 
Minerals Copper magnesium, folate, phosphorus,
manganese
 
Protein 3% The low percantage because sprouts
consist of 75% water
 

SIZE • APPEARANCE

Rose radish sprouts are 11 cm from root to top
of the small curved leaves. The roots are the
same length. The roots and the bottom of the
stem is white. The stem is the pink/rose from
the middle up, while the leaves are pink/green.
 
If your leaves are colorless because the sprouts
have been grown too dark, you can put the
sprouter in a little brighter place. In the course
of a single day the leaves will be full of color.
 

RECIPES WITH ROSE RADISH SPROUTS

Granted ... I have a pretty strong stomach, but
even I can not eat several handfuls of Rose
radish sprouts alone. Therefore I like to mix them
with fresh lettuce leaves and sweet vegetables
like cucumber and carrots.
 
If there are no nuts (or other proteins) in the salad,
sweet fruits are also fine to dampen the sharpness.
 
I also like to be generous with them in sandwiches
and wraps. Radish sprouts stay crisp in spite of a
little heat from warm bread.
 
If you would like to mix the Radish sprouts with
other sprouts, I can personally recommend pea
sprouts sunflower and alfalfa as worthy candidates.
 
 
 
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