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Sprouts/Microgreens - Bean, Adzuki (seeds)
  • Sprouts/Microgreens - Bean, Adzuki (seeds)

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    Adzuki beans are versatile legumes that can be enjoyed in different forms, including sprouts and microgreens. Let’s explore how you can grow and enjoy both:


    Adzuki Bean Sprouts


    What Are Adzuki Beans? Adzuki beans (Vigna angularis) are tiny, shiny red legumes originating from East Asia. They’re about 5mm long and have a sweet, nutty flavor.


    Sprouting Process

    1. Rinse the dried adzuki beans well, removing any grit or broken beans.
    2. Place the beans in a wide-mouthed mason jar or bowl.
    3. Cover the beans with three times the amount of fresh, cold water.
    4. Soak the beans for 8-12 hours (overnight works well).
    5. Drain the soak water using a strainer and rinse the beans.
    6. Continue rinsing the beans twice daily until they sprout.
    7. Expect the beans to double or triple in size overall.


    Uses: Raw adzuki bean sprouts are great in salads, bowls, and as crunchy toppings. They can also be added to chili, curry, soups, and stews.


    Tip: Use organic adzuki beans specifically grown for sprouting for the best results.


    Adzuki Bean Microgreens

    Derived from adzuki bean seeds, these vibrant microgreens are packed with nutrients.


    Growing Tips

    Seed Ratio: Use 2 oz. of adzuki bean seeds per 1020 tray.

    Germination Time: 2-3 days.

    Soak Time: Soak the seeds for 6-12 hours.

    Harvest: Harvest the microgreens after 7-8 days.

    Yield: 1/2 cup of dry seed yields 2.5 cups of sprouts.

    Flavor: Adzuki microgreens have a sweet and nutty flavor.

    Uses: Enjoy them fresh in salads, sandwiches, or as a garnish.

    Beginner-Friendly: Adzuki microgreens are perfect for beginners due to their rapid growth and minimal space requirements.


    Whether you choose sprouts or microgreens, adzuki beans offer a delightful addition to your culinary adventures!

    • Seeds Per Pack

      Single pack: approx 140

      1/2 pound: approx 8 ounces 

      1 pound: approx 16 ounces

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