Edible sprouts have been grown and consumed by civilizations over the past five thousand
This popular sprout is considered to be the classic American leafy sprout.
Crisp and brightly colored, alfalfa sprouts produce white roots with leaves in various
colors of yellow or light to dark-green.
Coloring varies due to exposure to light.
Offering a mild nutty flavor, these tasty newborns have a wonderfully crunchy texture.
Mix the lamb’s lettuce with alfalfa and spread this over a nice large dish or plates,
arrange the oyster mushrooms on the salad and sprinkle with a dressing made of crème,
a pinch of curry powder, salt, chili pepper, chopped spring onions and a crushed clove
Nutritionally rich, alfalfa sprouts provide protein, carbohydrates, enzymes, amino acids,
vitamin A, vitamin C, foliate, niacin, potassium, calcium and magnesium.