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Special Rice Seeds for Sprouts 250 g

Special Rice Seeds for Sprouts 250 g

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Discover the best quality in Brown Rice Seeds, especially for Sprouts. Unique and hand-selected seeds to undertake a germination process with the best results. In addition to their high nutritional content, they guarantee an intense flavor and aroma.

Rice Sprouts

What are rice sprouts?

Rice sprouts are rice grains that have been germinated and harvested before reaching full growth. At this stage, the rice grains begin to develop small seedlings before the germination process stops. These rice sprouts are known for their nutritional benefits and are used in various culinary preparations.

Nutritional properties:

Rice sprouts are a source of essential nutrients. Here I present some of its nutritional properties:

  • Vitamins: They are a good source of several vitamins, including vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B3 (niacin), and vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), which are essential for metabolism and cellular function.

  • Minerals: They contain minerals such as iron, calcium, phosphorus and magnesium, which are important for bone health and other body processes.

  • Enzymes: Rice sprouts are rich in enzymes that can improve digestion and absorption of nutrients.

  • Dietary Fiber: They provide dietary fiber, which is beneficial for the health of the digestive system and can help maintain stable blood sugar levels.

  • Protein: They are a modest source of protein, making them useful for a balanced diet.

  • Antioxidants: They contain antioxidants that can help protect cells from damage caused by free radicals.

How to Obtain:

To obtain rice sprouts, follow these steps:

  1. Wash and rinse the brown rice grains (not polished) several times to remove surface impurities and starches.

  2. Let the rice grains soak in water for at least 8-12 hours.

  3. Drain the rice grains and place them in a clean, damp container, such as a sprouting tray or sprouting net.

  4. Rinse the rice grains with fresh water twice a day and drain them again. Keep the tray moist but not soaked.

  5. In about 1-2 days, the rice grains will begin to germinate and develop small seedlings.

  6. When the seedlings reach the desired length (usually 1-2 inches or 2.5-5 cm), they are ready for consumption.


Rice sprouts can be used in various ways in cooking:

  1. In salads: Add rice sprouts to your salads to give them a crunchy and nutritional touch.

  2. In wraps and rolls: Use them as a filling in rice wraps, sushi or spring rolls.

  3. In stir-fry: Add them to sautéed vegetables and proteins to add texture and flavor.

  4. In soups and stews: Add rice sprouts at the end of cooking soups and stews for a fresh touch.

  5. As a garnish: Serves as a garnish for main dishes, such as meat and fish.

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