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Tips on How to Grow Broccoli Sprouts at Home

Whether you want to learn how to grow broccoli sprouts or you want to buy the extract or seed oil to enhance your health – we can help…

3 Steps on How to Grow Broccoli Sprouts at Home

Growing Broccoli Sprouts

Not sure how to sprout seeds? Don’t worry! Growing sprouts at home is surprisingly not difficult. It can even be a fun project for kids! You just need the right seed sprouter or sanitized jars and seeds that will germinate, and you can get everything you need for between $30 – $50.

3 Steps to Growing Broccoli Sprouts

We show you how to avoid the mistakes!

broccoli sprouts According to Sprouts: the Miracle Food by Steve Meyerowitz, for between $50 and $100 you can get all the supplies and seeds you need to produce hundreds of pounds of food. That breaks down to pennies per pound. That’s a pretty good price if you ask me.

Then What?

Not sure what to do with your 5-day-old sulforaphane-rich sprouts?
Check out recipe ideas here.

I Don’t Want to Learn How to Grow Sprouts!

No problem! I hear you. Sometimes you just want all the benefits without having to do the work. You’re doing enough work just coming to this website. 😉

I’ve got good news for you, because we’ve found some good suppliers of broccoli sprout extract, powders and capsules that are freeze-dried for maximum potency. They’re at sale prices, too.

But Have You Heard of This?

But did you know that there’s broccoli seed oil too? You can take advantage of the sulforaphane in young broccoli in oil form that you can add to your skin lotions, shampoo, conditioner and more. It’s pretty cool.


I’m sure you don’t want to listen to me babble all day, which I can definitely do. You’re busy, and you’ve got shopping to do.

Let me know if you have any questions. I’m happy to babble more. I’ll just be hanging out by the sprouter.

How To Sprout Broccoli Seeds

Sprouts on BreadBroccoli sprouts are an awesome healthy alternative to lettuce on sandwiches or added to shakes. However, they can be expensive when you buy them at the store. That’s why you want to grow them yourself.

In this video, you’ll see another video on how to grow your own sprouts, including alfalfa, clover, radish and broccoli sprouts. The technique involves using a simple and inexpensive mason jar – where you grow a variety of plants together in one jar.

If you have a few jars, this can be a good way to start multiple batches at different times so that you always have fresh sprouts ready-to-eat without having too many at once. Just label them with the planting date, so you know which jar is which.

Something that the video points out is that sprouts can take longer to grow in the wintertime when there is less light and the temperature is cooler (ie. 5 days vs 3 days). She also explains how to sterilize your jars so that you don’t have to worry about mold and other gross stuff appearing in your sprouts.