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      Among other advantages, green cabbage sprouts represent the ideal solution for those who don't like the strong flavor and strong smell of the vegetable. The seeds for green cabbage sprouts are small and light, they represent a concentrate of micro and macro nutrients which during their germination activate enzymes capable of providing the human body with elements that strengthen the immune system and protect at a cellular level.


      As regards the nutrients to know, here is a practical list with the main nutritional elements of green cabbage sprouts:

      • Essential amino acids
      • Vitamin K
      • Beta-carotene,
      • Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C)
      • folate
      • Chlorophyll
      • Mineral salts: sulphur, calcium, iron, phosphorus and potassium.
      Among the many nutrients contained in green cabbage sprouts, the following nutritional elements can also be mentioned:
      • Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids
      • Enzymes
      • Phenols
      • Flavonoids
      • fibers
      • Waterfall


      Green cabbage sprouts can be used both raw and cooked, they represent an excellent side dish for any dish and are special ingredients with which to enrich or decorate your dishes, for example, salads, soups, vegetable purées, sandwiches , omelettes, etc. In particular, when eaten raw, cabbage sprouts can be seasoned simply with vegetable oil, some spices and a little salt or with sweet and sour condiments, for example, concentrated balsamic vinegar cream. Instead, if you decide to cook green cabbage sprouts, you can use different cooking methods, from boiling to frying and from steaming to stewing, as long as they last a few minutes, and season them like any other vegetable to be cooked.


      To obtain lots of green cabbage sprouts directly at home, just soak dried green cabbage seeds with water for 8 to 12 hours a day and for 3 or 6 consecutive days, the time necessary for them to germinate, rinsing them at least 2 times a day .

      This can be achieved in less than a week, in fact, green cabbage sprout seeds germinate optimally in approximately 5 days, however, it is useful to taste them to find out when is the best time to eat them according to your tastes. Green cabbage sprouts usually measure around 3 - 4 cm.

      To best preserve the green cabbage sprouts they can be poured into glass jars for preserves, choosing to preserve them in oil, in brine or in sweet and sour, to then be sterilized and placed in a cool, dry place.

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