Kale Sprouting Seeds

Kale Sprouting Seeds 100g. Grow chemical-free Kale Sprouts from Untamed Health Earth Friendly Sprouting Seeds.
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Nutrition Content of Kale Sprouts (Per 100 grams):

  • Calories: Kale sprouts are low in calories, typically providing around 30-40 calories per 100 grams.
  • Protein: Kale sprouts contain a moderate amount of protein, about 3-4 grams per 100 grams. This is relatively high for a leafy green vegetable.
  • Carbohydrates: They are also relatively low in carbohydrates, with approximately 4-5 grams per 100 grams.
  • Dietary Fibre: Kale sprouts are a good source of dietary fibre, providing about 2-3 grams per 100 grams. Fibre supports digestive health and can help you feel full and satisfied.


  • Vitamin A: Kale sprouts are rich in vitamin A, primarily in the form of beta-carotene, which is important for vision and immune health.
  • Vitamin C: They are an excellent source of vitamin C, an antioxidant that supports the immune system, skin health, and wound healing.
  • Vitamin K: Kale sprouts are exceptionally high in vitamin K, which is crucial for blood clotting and bone health.
  • Vitamin B6: They contain a modest amount of vitamin B6, which is important for brain development and function.


  • Calcium: Kale sprouts provide a good amount of calcium, essential for strong bones and teeth.
  • Potassium: They contain potassium, which is important for regulating blood pressure and maintaining proper muscle and nerve function.
  • Iron: Kale sprouts contain some iron, though the iron in plant-based foods is not as readily absorbed as iron from animal sources.

Phytonutrients: Kale sprouts are rich in phytonutrients, including glucosinolates, which have been associated with potential anti-cancer properties, and lutein and zeaxanthin, which are important for eye health.

Low in Fat: Kale sprouts are very low in fat, with less than 1 gram of fat per 100 grams.

Kale sprouts are a fantastic addition to a healthy diet due to their nutrient density. They can be enjoyed raw in salads, added to sandwiches and wraps, blended into smoothies, or used as a garnish for various dishes. Their mild, slightly peppery flavour makes them a versatile and nutritious choice for those looking to boost their intake of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

Discover the Health Benefits of Kale Sprouts

Kale sprouts, also known as baby kale or kale microgreens, are nutritional powerhouses that offer a multitude of health benefits. These young, tender shoots of the kale plant are rich in essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Incorporating kale sprouts into your diet can contribute to your overall well-being. Here's a closer look at the advantages they offer:

  1. Nutrient Density: Kale sprouts are a concentrated source of vitamins like vitamin C, vitamin K, and vitamin A, along with minerals such as calcium, potassium, and folate. These nutrients play pivotal roles in supporting your immune system, bone health, and cardiovascular health.
  2. Antioxidant Richness: Loaded with antioxidants like beta-carotene and lutein, kale sprouts help combat free radicals, reducing the risk of chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease.
  3. Low Calorie: If you're watching your calorie intake, kale sprouts are an excellent addition to your diet. They provide a sense of fullness without adding excess calories, which can assist in weight management.
  4. Fiber Content: Kale sprouts are a valuable source of dietary fiber, promoting digestive health and aiding in weight control by enhancing satiety.
  5. Potential Anti-Inflammatory Properties: Studies suggest that compounds found in kale, such as glucosinolates and flavonoids, may possess anti-inflammatory properties, which can help mitigate chronic inflammation—a risk factor for numerous health conditions.
  6. Abundant Vitamins: Kale sprouts are particularly rich in vitamin K, essential for blood clotting and bone strength, and vitamin C, crucial for immune function, skin health, and wound healing.
  7. Culinary Versatility: Kale sprouts can be incorporated into various dishes, from salads and sandwiches to smoothies and soups. Their mild, slightly peppery flavor complements a wide range of culinary creations.

Incorporating kale sprouts into your diet can be a delicious and nutritious way to boost your overall health. However, remember that a balanced diet should include a variety of fruits and vegetables to ensure you receive a broad spectrum of nutrients. For personalized dietary guidance, consult with a healthcare professional or registered dietitian.

Locally Sourced and Organic: Sourced from local farmers across Australia, Untamed Health's Kale Sprouting Seeds are Organically Grown. They are free from various undesirable additives such as added sugar, gluten, wheat, artificial flavours, preservatives, colouring, peanuts, nuts, monosodium glutamate (MSG), hydrolysed vegetable protein (HVP), animal by-products, artificial fertilisers, pesticides, synthetically produced substances, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and genetic engineering (GE).

How to Sprout Kale Sprouting Seeds with the Super Sprouter Germinator Glass Jar

  • Kale seeds (also known as kale microgreens seeds)
  • Super Sprouter Germinator Glass Jar (with lid)
  • Water
  • A warm and dark place

  • Steps to Sprout Kale Seeds with the Super Sprouter Germinator:

    1. Preparation: Begin by thoroughly cleaning the Super Sprouter Germinator Glass Jar and its lid in hot water or by 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 Kale Seeds: Measure out the desired amount of kale seeds you wish to sprout. For a small sprouting jar, start with approximately 2-3 tablespoons of kale seeds.
    3. Rinse Kale Seeds: Place the kale seeds directly into the Super Sprouter Germinator Glass Jar. Rinse them well with cool water, ensuring that any debris or dust is removed.
    4. Initial Soak: Fill the jar with cool water to cover the kale seeds, and then seal the jar with the lid. Allow the kale 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 kale 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 kale 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 will typically take 5-7 days, depending on your desired microgreen length.
    8. Harvesting: When the kale microgreens reach your desired length (usually around 2-3 inches), they are ready to be harvested. Simply remove the microgreens from the jar and use them in salads, sandwiches, or as a garnish for various dishes.
    9. Storage: Store any unused kale microgreens 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 kale seeds in the Super Sprouter Germinator Jar is a convenient and efficient way to grow your own fresh kale microgreens at home. These microgreens are not only delicious but also packed with nutrients, making them a healthy addition to your meals. Happy sprouting!