I grew the most normal sweet peas for shoots (is this what you meant by sprouts?), and last year, I tried the side shoots of field beans - they are also suitable for stir-fry, soup, or even salat.Since you are a fount of information AND you know how to use the term "graupel", what beans do your grow for sprouts?
Really? Here the seeds of microgreens are much much cheaper than ordinary vegetable seeds. I tried last year, and they can turn into very nice plants, too.Sure, shoots are fine. Just that the packages for microgreens are out of this world pricey. Thought there must be a cheaper alternative.
Thank you so much! It looks even more inviting with the microgreens! 😍
I grow 4 different kinds of sprouts that are in a mix and it's very economical compared to the micro greens at the store! They are broccoli, clover, radish, and alfalfa. I buy the seeds in bags from The Sprout House online.Sure, shoots are fine. Just that the packages for microgreens are out of this world pricey. Thought there must be a cheaper alternative.