These are from the Healthy Sprout Company and a product of Australia. This is the germinated seedling of Alfalfa plant.
Apart from its slightly weird name, there’s nothing wrong with Alfalfa. Actually everything is right about it — it’s easy to use (just throw it down), low-joule, full of protein, with vitamin A, D, E, K, potassium, magnesium, calcium and iron.
The farming communities of Australia know the benefits of Alfalfa …it’s Lucerne that's grown for feeding stock.
So, have some more today!
- Freshest in spring.
- Good for salads, rice paper rolls, lettuce cups, stir fry, and any recipe where lettuce is! Think rice paper rolls, lettuce cups, and sandos.
Store in fridge for 3-4 days, in air tight bag or container. If you rinse them, pat with paper towel to dry.
Did you know? It's a herb, and Alfalfa (sort of) means 'father of all foods'.