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Germ'line Protein Mix Peas Germ'line 200gr
Protein Mix Peas Germ'line 200gr
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Protein Mix Peas Germ'line 200gr

Brand: Germ'line
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€3,60 €1,80
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Chickpeas are roundish, beige to light green and are family of the legumes. They are mainly grown in Western Asia, India and the Mediterranean. Most people are familiar with chickpeas and put them in salads or in the most popular Middle Eastern dish, hummus.
Lentil sprouts can be used as raw vegetables, but steamed they are even better! This beautiful (double) sprout vegetable is easy to digest and is very suitable for use in soups and salads. They contain; B1, B2, C and iron. Tip: steam lentil sprouts for 10 minutes, then drizzle with olive oil (and / or vinegar). Sprinkle some oregano or basil + cumin or chore seed.
Fenugreek is an herb that grows extensively in the Mediterranean region. It is often referred to as 'Greek hay'. The plant is widely used as a kitchen herb. Both the leaves and the seeds are used in cooking. Fenugreek seeds contain protein, vitamin C and potassium.



  • Protein mix peas Germ'line Instructions

    Soak the seeds in cold water for 6 to 8 hours
    Rinse with clean water in a sieve
    Scatter the seeds in fine layers in a germinator
    Then water the sprouts 2 to 3 times a day
    Germination 3 to 4 days
    Wash the sprout seeds well to remove the shell
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