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Using your preferred method of sprouting seeds, add about ¼ cup organic black garbanzo bean sprout seeds to a bowl allow seeds to soak for 6-10 hours. After the initial soak, transfer to your jar, tray, or hemp bag sprouter and continue to rinse garbanzo bean sprouting seeds 1 to 2 times per day. Drain your black chickpeas within ten minutes, not allowing water to sit and soak. Continue this rinsing method for 2 to 4 days, keeping organic black garbanzo bean sprouts fresh and crunchy. These non-GMO black garbanzo sprouts are quick to harvest in just three to five days. This organic variety of garbanzo beans is dense in protein, calcium, fiber, iron, and Vitamin C.
More Than A Sprouting Seed
Known by a variety of names throughout the world, including chickpea and chana, Cicer arietinum has been one of the most popularly domesticated crops ever. The garbanzo bean is widely sown as a culinary staple throughout much of Asia, with nearly 70% of the world's production coming from India. Recently, the garbanzo bean has made a resurgence as a viable nitrogen-fixing cover crop able to be sown as a beneficial companion plant or tilled back into the soil as an all-natural organic green mulch. Similar to Daikon radish and mustards, garbanzo seeds grow a deep taproot that can help prepare fields and grows spaces that have gone untouched in years or have never been cultivated.
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