Bulk Buckwheat Sprouting Seeds

Bulk Buckwheat Sprouting Seeds. Earth-Friendly Buckwheat Sprouting Seeds for Sprouting Buckwheat Sprouts. Bulk Buy & Save 1kg, 2.5kg, 5kg, 10kg.
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Sprouted buckwheat groats are a nutritious food with several health benefits. Here are the approximate nutritional values for 1 cup (about 168 grams) of sprouted buckwheat groats:

Calories: 92

Carbohydrates: 19 grams

Dietary Fiber: 3 grams

Sugars: 0 grams

Protein: 4 grams

Fat: 0.5 grams

Vitamin B6: 0.1 milligrams (6% of the Daily Value)

Folate: 28 micrograms (7% of the Daily Value)

Niacin (Vitamin B3): 1.5 milligrams (7% of the Daily Value)

Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5): 0.5 milligrams (5% of the Daily Value)

Iron: 1.5 milligrams (8% of the Daily Value)

Magnesium: 77 milligrams (19% of the Daily Value)

Phosphorus: 104 milligrams (10% of the Daily Value)

Potassium: 155 milligrams (4% of the Daily Value)

Zinc: 0.8 milligrams (5% of the Daily Value)

Copper: 0.1 milligrams (6% of the Daily Value)

Manganese: 0.7 milligrams (34% of the Daily Value)

These values are approximate and can vary depending on factors such as the specific variety of buckwheat, growing conditions, and how the sprouts are prepared. Sprouted buckwheat groats are a nutrient-dense food, rich in fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals. They are also gluten-free, making them suitable for individuals with gluten sensitivities. Sprouted buckwheat is known for its potential health benefits, including improved nutrient bioavailability and digestibility.

Buckwheat sprouting seeds offer unique health benefits that go beyond standard buckwheat. In this article, we'll uncover how sprouted seeds improve nutrient absorption, ease digestion, and diminish antinutrient content.

Increased Nutrient Availability: Sprouting activates enzymes that boost nutrient absorption, providing your body with more vitamins, minerals, and amino acids.

Improved Digestibility: Sprouted buckwheat is gentler on the stomach, making it suitable for those with sensitive digestion.

Enhanced Enzyme Activity: Sprouting enhances enzyme activity, aiding digestion and nutrient utilization.

Potential Reduction in Antinutrients: Antinutrients like tannins and protease inhibitors can decrease during sprouting, increasing nutrient bioavailability.

Increased Antioxidant Activity: Sprouted buckwheat boasts higher antioxidant levels, combating oxidative stress and inflammation.

Lower Glycemic Index: Sprouted buckwheat can help manage blood sugar levels.

Potential Allergen Reduction: Sprouting may reduce allergenic properties, making it safer for those with food sensitivities.

Enhanced Flavour and Texture: Enjoy the improved taste and texture of sprouted buckwheat in your meals and snacks.


Incorporate buckwheat sprouting seeds into your diet for improved nutrient absorption, easier digestion, and reduced antinutrients. Experience the benefits of a more nutritious profile while enjoying enhanced flavour and texture.

How to Sprout Buckwheat Seeds Using the Super Sprouter Germinator

  • Raw buckwheat seeds (hulled)
  • Super Sprouter Germinator Glass Jar (with lid)
  • Water
  • A warm and dark place

Steps to Sprout Buckwheat Seeds with the Super Sprouter Germinator:

  1. Preparation: Start by thoroughly cleaning the Super Sprouter Germinator Glass Jar and its lid in hot water or using the dishwasher to ensure they are sterilized. This step is crucial to prevent the growth of harmful bacteria during the sprouting process.
  2. Measuring Buckwheat Seeds: Measure out the desired amount of buckwheat seeds you wish to sprout. For a small sprouting jar, begin with approximately 2-3 tablespoons of buckwheat seeds.
  3. Rinse Buckwheat Seeds: Place the buckwheat seeds directly into the Super Sprouter Germinator Glass Jar. Rinse them thoroughly with cool water, making sure to remove any debris or dust.
  4. Initial Soak: Fill the jar with cool water to cover the buckwheat seeds, and then seal the jar with the lid. Allow the buckwheat seeds to soak for 8-12 hours, typically overnight. This initial soak helps rehydrate the seeds and initiates the sprouting process.
  5. Rinse and Drain: After the soaking period, drain the water from the jar using the built-in strainer in the Super Sprouter Germinator lid. Rinse the buckwheat seeds with cool water by simply adding water to the jar, sealing it, and giving it a gentle shake. Drain the water again using the strainer.
  6. Sprouting: Place the Super Sprouter Germinator Jar in a warm, dark place, away from direct sunlight. You can keep it in a cupboard or a corner of your kitchen. Leave the jar upside down at a slight angle to allow for proper drainage and air circulation.
  7. Rinse and Drain Twice Daily: To keep the buckwheat seeds moist and support their sprouting, rinse them with cool water and drain them twice a day using the built-in strainer lid. The sprouting process typically takes 2-4 days, depending on your desired sprout length.
  8. Harvesting: When the buckwheat sprouts reach your desired length (usually around 1-2 inches), they are ready to be harvested. Simply remove the sprouts from the jar and use them in salads, as a topping for yogurt or smoothie bowls, or in various recipes.
  9. Storage: Store any unused buckwheat sprouts in the refrigerator in an airtight container. They can stay fresh for several days.

Safety Note: Ensure that all equipment and utensils are clean throughout the process to prevent contamination.

Sprouting buckwheat seeds in the Super Sprouter Germinator Jar is a convenient and efficient way to enjoy fresh, homegrown sprouts. Buckwheat sprouts are gluten-free and can add a delightful crunch and nutrition to your meals. Happy sprouting!

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