Broccoli Sprout Seeds in Bulk – for Growing & Eating
Look for seeds that are organic and non-GMO. Amazon sells them by the pound in a handy re-sealable bag.
There are several bag sizes available, from a 1 lb pouch to a 35 lb bucket (Goodness!). If you’re not sure what size to get, don’t be afraid of starting small.
For example, 1-2 tablespoons of seeds grows an entire mason jar full of sprouts (a large 32-ounce mason jar). A 1 lb bag can last a long time, even if you are growing and harvesting sprouts a few times a week.
Another thing to look for are seeds that have high germination rates. You don’t want to get a bunch of seeds that don’t sprout.
The easiest way to tell is to reading customer testimonials for the product you want to buy.
There are several sprout brands to choose from, but the organic sprouting seeds shown above are actually the cheapest by far.
Broccoli Sprout Seed Mixes
I personally get a mix called, “Broccoli and Friends” which contains broccoli sprouts, clover, alfalfa and radish sprouts. It works great for salads and wraps because it combines both mild and spicy greens together for a nice flavor combination that is not too overwhelming.
- Sprouting Seeds Salad Mix: Broccoli, Clover, Radish, Alfalfa
- Sprouting Seed Super Sampler: Alfalfa, Mung Bean, Broccoli, Green Lentil, Clover, Buckwheat, Radish, Bean Salad & More
Here are detailed instructions on growing broccoli sprouts (or any sprouts for that matter) from seed. You can see how just a small amount of seeds generates an entire mason jar full of fresh greens in just a matter of days…