Preparedness Seeds Nutritional Basics Mix in a 6 gallon bucket for a 1 year supply. This is a vast assortment of the most popular large and small sprouting seeds and the mixes are packaged separately for convenience and favorable sprouting. A year’s supply of sprout seeds should provide one person one half cup of sprouted seeds per day.
Sprouts are an important part of our food storage plan because they can take the place of fruits and vegetables when they are not available.
Sprouts are rich in vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, chlorophyll and protein. They contain little fat, but what fat they do have is good for the body. Sprouts have the greatest nutrient activity of all raw foods. This is because they are alive and still growing. The seeds when sprouted are at the peak of their life force.
Sprouting seeds will magnify their nutritional value. It triples the amount of vitamin A, increases the vitamin B content and the vitamin C rises by a factor of 5 to 6 times. The body will digest sprouts in half the time it does other foods. This is due to starches being converted to simple sugars and proteins into amino acid building blocks.
Sprouting seeds inside is easier than planting a garden outside. We grow them in the comfort of our own home and they are ready for eating in 2 to 7 days, depending on the variety. It takes less than 2 minutes per day to grow the most nutritionally dense foods available. Sprouts can be put on sandwiches, salads, smoothies, hot dishes or any other food to which you want to add nutrients and enhance taste.
When the time comes that we need to rely on our food storage, having fresh fruits and vegetables in our diet may not be an option for extended periods of time. Sprouts will help give our bodies the nutrition they need. Grown in the heat of summer or when the ground is frozen solid, the nutrients provided by sprouts are the same.
Having sprouts in our food storage could be one of the major elements that see us through hard times and keep us in good health.
We do not label or identify our seeds as being organic sprouting seeds because the word organic is not an official term in the United States. The term that is used to meet USDA organic standards is CERTIFIED ORGANIC sometimes called USDA CERTIFIED. This would mean the growing plot and the seeds meet specific standards and regulations set forth by the National Organic Program (NOP).
An ever increasing demand for bulk spouting seeds could perhaps delay an order as much as 7 to 14 days. As the world turns upside down and increases in wickedness so do the sales of preparedness products therefore; it’s important to note some food storage companies can get behind fulfilling their orders.
Please note a 6 gallon bucket of sprouting seeds can weigh 45 to 50 pounds, therefore; the weight and the place it is going could necessitate an additional shipping charge. Our shopping cart is based upon a dollar amount purchased and not so much the weight of each item. If there is a shipping charge variation we will send a PayPal request for the difference before the order is finalized.
Approximately 42 lbs. of Nutrition Basics Mix:
Adzuki Beans, Mung Beans, Whole Green Peas, Wheat, Green Lentils, Red Lentils, Triticale, Fenugreek and Diatomaceous Earth.
3.5 lbs of Salad Mix: Alfalfa, Clover, Radish, Broccoli and Diatomaceous Earth.
The 1 Year Supply of Sprouting Seeds
The Preparedness Seeds 1 Year Supply of Sprouting Seeds is the most complete and nutritionally dense element of your food storage plan. Each bucket has a one year supply of sprouting seeds for one person. The bucket contains 42lbs of our 8 part Nutrition Basics Mix and 3.5 lbs of our 4 part Salad Mix.
- Sprouts can replace fresh fruits and vegetables when they are not available.
- Once sprouted, these seeds provide one and a half cups of sprouts each day for 1 year!
- Sprouts contain the highest source of active enzymes known to man.
- Sprouts convert protein into the amino acid building blocks so that we can digest them in half the time of cooked foods.
- The purest form of vitamins and minerals are contained in sprouts.
- The body can assimilate the vitamins and minerals from sprouts better than any other food source.
- The seeds in these two sprout mixes were chosen because together they provide a broad spectrum of vitamins, minerals and proteins.
The Nutrition Basics Mix
Adzuki Beans, Mung Beans, Green Peas, Wheat, Triticale, Green Lentils, Red Lentils, Triticale, Fenugreek, and Diatomaceous Earth
The Salad Mix
Alfalfa, Radish, Clover, Broccoli, and Diatomaceous Earth
The 1 Year Supply of Sprouting Seeds will store for 10+ years if stored at 70° or below.