Red clover sprouts are a source of valuable nutrients including calcium, chromium, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, thiamin and vitamin C. Red clover is also a source of many proteins.
- Vitamins A, B, C, E and K
Red clover SPROUTS: THE USES IN THE KITCHEN
Like most sprouts, red clover has a sweet and delicate flavor that goes well with various dishes. Red clover sprouts can be eaten fresh with salads, they are also great when added to pancakes, smoothies, omelettes and sandwiches.
Growing your own red clover sprouts and cultivating them is useful for obtaining organic and healthy products. Let's see together the procedures for correct cultivation:
- Put the seeds in water for at least 5-6 hours.
- rinse the seeds well at least 2-3 times a day, remembering to drain the water well to avoid the formation of mold
- leaving them in the light a few hours before "harvesting" will favor the increase in chlorophyll, and this will mean greater digestibility, better and faster metabolisation.