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Living Whole Foods Handy Pantry Organic Food Sprouting Kit

Item# SPM6270012608 | Model# BSKSURV-4433767 | Added on September 17, 2012 | Seller:
Living Whole Foods Handy Pantry Organic Food Sprouting Kit
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Pick up this 16-pound organic sprouting seeds collection and begin a garden of your very own. This kit by Handy Pantry arrives in a five-gallon bucket and includes everything you need to get started, including seeds and an instruction manual.

  • Perfect addition to any emergency food storage/year supply of food
  • Add fresh grown, living, nutrient rich, healthy and delicious sprouts to your stored food
  • Sprouts are fun, delicious and easy to grow
  • Includes 16 pounds of organic sprouting seed, sprouters, instructions and more
  • Sealed in a 5-gallon bucket
  • Handy Pantry Food Storage Sprouts Kit includes everything you need to grow fresh sprouts in just a few days
Food storage kit includes:
  • Handy Pantry Family Sprout Garden An easy to use variable volume, stackable tray sprouting system
  • Three Sprouting Jar Strainer Lids (fit any Mason, Ball or Kerr canning jars)
  • Sprouting for Health In the New Millennium booklet
  • Complete detailed instructions on growing sprouts using the sprouting tray or sprouting jar methods
  • 16 total pounds of certified organic, oxygen-free dry-packed seed
  • Five pounds alfalfa (dry packed can)
  • 2.5 pounds mung bean (re-sealable bag)
  • 2.5 pound protein powerhouse mix (re-sealable bag) (garbanzo, green pea, adzuki bean and mung bean)
  • one pound red clover (re-sealable bag)
  • One pound green pea (re-sealable bag)
  • One pound radish (re-sealable bag)
  • One pound bean salad mix (re-sealable bag) (adzuki bean, mung bean, green lentil and radish)
  • One pound crunch lentil fest mix (re-sealable bag) (green
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