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Broccoli sprouts

Broccoli sprouts are very healthy. It has a mild, broccoli flavour. Very lush, decorative green sprout. Crunchy with the fresh taste of fresh pods. Great to use as a garnish in salads or in hot dishes, for example, stir-fry briefly.

Broccoli sprouts contain a high concentration of SGS (Sulforaphane Glucosinolate), an antioxidant that occurs naturally in broccoli. SGS helps your body strengthen its own immune system and increase your resistance. One 10-gram portion of broccoli sprouts contains about as much SGS as 300 grams to 500 grams of ordinary broccoli.

Nutritional values per 100 g:

  • Energy 172 Kj/41 Kcal
  • Fats 0.0 g
    • Of which saturated 0 g
  • Carbohydrates 3.3 g
    • Of which sugars 1.0 g
  • Dietary fibre 3.9 g (high fibre)
  • Proteins 5.0 g (high-protein)
  • Salt 0.2 g
  • Moisture 83.9 g
  • Vitamin B6 0.25 mg (source of)
  • Vitamin C 71,40 mg (rich in)
  • Vitamin E 13.60 mg (rich in)
  • Vitamin K 62,2 mcg (rich in)
  • Phosphorus 110 mg (source of)

Bean sprouts

Bean sprouts are currently by far the best known sprout (for example in spring rolls), especially in Chinese/Indonesian cuisine. Fresh bean sprouts have a crisp and fresh flavour. Use in stir-fry dishes, salads, omelettes and soups.

Nutritional values per 100 g:

  • Energy 201 Kj/48 Kcal
  • Fats 1.0 g
    • of which saturated 0,0 g
  • Carbohydrates 3.0 g
    • of which sugars 0.2 g
  • Dietary fibre 3.5 g (high fibre)
  • Proteins 5.0 g (high-protein)
  • Salt 0.0 g
  • Moisture 87.0 g
  • Vitamin C 13.2 mg (source of)
  • Folic acid 61.0 mcg (rich in)
  • Copper 0.16 mg (source of)

Red radish sprouts

Most people know it; radishes. These green radish sprouts look very similar to the yellow radish sprout, but have a different colour. The discolouration takes place by growing under light. This also affects the taste of the sprouts; the rettich sprouts are just a bit spicier than the radish sprouts. Besides the ancient radish taste they are also very healthy and rich in vitamin B6 and K and a source of vitamin C and phosphorus. Delicious on a cheese sandwich, in salads and with meat dishes.

Nutritional values per 100 g:

  • Energy 186 Kj/44,4 Kcal
  • Fat 1.8 g
    • of which saturated 0,4 g
  • Carbohydrates 2.3 g
    • of which sugars 0.9 g
  • Dietary fibre 2.7 g (high fibre)
  • Proteins 3.4 g (high protein)
  • Salt 0.1 g
  • Moisture 90.6 g
  • Vitamin B6 3.05 mg (rich in)
  • Vitamin C 18.10 mg (source of)
  • Vitamin K 38,9 mcg (rich in)
  • Phosphorus 140.0 mg (source of)

Alfalfa

Alfalfa is one of the better known sprout vegetables. It has a neutral, fresh taste. Besides being very tasty, it is also very healthy. It is full of vegetable proteins and is a source of vitamin A and folic acid.

Alfalfa is very tasty in salads and on sandwiches.

Nutritional value per 100 g:

  • Energy 137 KJ/32,7 Kcal
  • Fats 0.7 g
    • Of which saturated 0,1 g
  • Carbohydrates 2.9 g
    • Of which sugars 0,2 g
  • Dietary fibre 2.6 g (high fibre)
  • Proteins 2.4 g (high-protein)
  • Salt 0.0 g
  • Moisture 93.5 g
  • Copper 0.16 mg (source of)
  • Vitamin A 155,0 mcg(source of)
  • Folic acid 36.0 mcg (source of)

China Rose sprouts

Most people know it; radishes. These green-purple radish sprouts are very similar to the yellow radish sprout. It is also the only sprout in two colours. The green-purple sprouts have the sharpest taste of all radish sprouts. Besides the classic radish taste, they are also very healthy and rich in vitamin B6 and K. And a source of vitamin C and E. Delicious on a cheese sandwich, in salads and with meat dishes.

Nutritional values per 100 g:

  • Energy 92,5 Kj/22,1 Kcal
  • Fats 0.3 g
    • Of which saturated 0.1 g
  • Carbohydrates 1.6 g
    • Of which sugars 0.5 g
  • Dietary fibre 1.7 g (high fibre)
  • Protein 2.4 g (high-protein)
  • Salt 0 g
  • Moisture 95.5 g
  • Vitamin B6 4.77 mg (rich in)
  • Vitamin C 22.3 mg (source of)
  • Vitamin E 2.0 mg (source of)
  • Vitamin K 40.5 mcg (rich in)

Pea shoots

The pea shoot is a beautiful, white and long shoot. The taste is close to asparagus. Very decorative. Taste: fresh and asparagus-like.

Use: as a garnish and in salads.

Nutritional values per 100 g:

  • Energy 92,5 Kj/22,1 Kcal
  • Fats 0.1 g
    • of which saturated 0,0 g
  • Carbohydrates 1.6g
    • of which sugars 0.6 g
  • Dietary fibre 2.0g (high fibre)
  • Proteins 2.7g (high protein)
  • Salt 0.1 g
  • Moisture 94.2g
  • Potassium 381 mg (source of)
  • Iron 2.26 mg (source of)
  • Copper 0.27 mg (source of)
  • Phosphorus 165.0 mg (source of)
  • Manganese 0.44 mg (source of)
  • Vitamin A 166,0 mcg (source of)
  • Vitamin B1 0.225 mg (source of)
  • Vitamin B3 3.1 mg (source of)
  • Vitamin B5 1.03 mg (source of)
  • Vitamin B6 0.27 mg (source of)
  • Folic acid 144.0 mcg (rich in)

Greenpeez sprouts

Very lush, decorative green sprout. Crunchy with the fresh taste of fresh mangetout. Fantastic for use as a garnish in salads or in hot dishes, for example, briefly stir-fried.

Nutritional values per 100 g:

  • Energy 95 Kj/ 22,7 Kcal
  • Fats 0.1g
    • of which saturated 0,0 g
  • Carbohydrates 1.6 g
    • of which sugars 0.6 g
  • Dietary fibre 1.5 g (high fibre)
  • Protein 3.1 g (high-protein)
  • Salt 0.1 g
  • Moisture 93.3 g
  • Vitamin B2 0.260 mg (source of)
  • Vitamin B6 1.63 mg (rich in)
  • Vitamin C 58.70 mg (rich in)

Garlic sprouts

They look very similar to leek sprouts, but the difference is in the taste. Beautiful soft garlic flavour! Decorative and very tasty on amuses, sandwiches, salads, with fish and meat dishes.

Nutritional values per 100 g:

  • Energy 197 Kj/47 Kcal
  • Fats 0.8 g
    • of which saturated 0,0 g
  • Carbohydrates 4.8g
    • of which sugars 0,5 g
  • Dietary fibre 2.7 g (high fibre)
  • Proteins 3.7 g (high protein)
  • Salt 0.0 g
  • Moisture 87.5 g
  • Vitamin B6 1.07 mg (rich in)
  • Vitamin C 14.40 mg (source of)
  • Vitamin K 18,9 mcg (source of)

Leek sprouts

They look very similar to garlic sprouts, but the difference is in the taste. Fine & fresh green, particularly distinctive leek taste. Excellent with fish dishes: fish salads, lobster, mussels and herring. In a raw salad, on a ham or cheese sandwich. Good substitute for chopped onion.

Nutritional values per 100 g:

  • Energy 134,8 Kj/32,2 Kcal
  • Fats 0.0 g (fat-free)
    • of which saturated 0,0 g
  • Carbohydrates 1.9 g
    • of which sugars 0.8 g
  • Dietary fibre 3.5 g (high fibre)
  • Proteins 4.4 g (high-protein)
  • Salt 0.1 g
  • Moisture 88.5g
  • Vitamin B1 0.3 mg (source of)
  • Vitamin B2 1,5 mg (rich in)
  • Vitamin B3 19.6 mg (rich in)
  • Vitamin B5 6.0 mg (rich in)
  • Vitamin B6 0.7 mg (rich in)
  • Folic acid 2600 mcg (rich in)
  • Vitamin K 92,1 mcg (rich in)

Rettich sprouts

Most people know it; radishes. This green radish sprout is very similar to the yellow radish sprout, but has a different colour. The discolouration takes place by growing under light. This also affects the taste of the sprouts; the rettich sprouts are just a bit spicier than the radish sprouts. Besides the ancient radish taste they are also very healthy and rich in vitamin C.

Delicious on a cheese sandwich, in salads and with meat dishes.

Nutritional values per 100 g:

  • Energy 186 Kj/44,4 Kcal
  • Fat 1.8 g
  • of which saturated 0,4 g
  • Carbohydrates 2.3 g
  • of which sugars 0.9 g
  • Dietary fibre 2.7 g
  • Proteins 3.4 g (high protein)
  • Salt 0.1 g
  • Moisture 90.6 g
  • Vitamin C 28.9 mg (rich in)

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