Pharaohs treasure! Ancient Egyptians used it as a spice, as a remedy and for embalming. It is rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5 and D as well as iron and phosphorus. Its characteristic scent is reminiscent of curry and when sprouted it can be used to add flavour to pasta and rice dishes. Germination time is 2-4 days with 6-8 hours soaking time. Sprouts develop bitter substances during germination. The longer the germination time, the stronger the bitterness. Seeds are best sprouted in a sprouting jar. Dried Fenugreek seeds can be used as a seasoning for curries and other Indian dishes. Toast briefly in the pan first.
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Store in a cool and dry place
vegan, vegetarian, without addition of salt
Note: In order to ensure the availability in the event of crop failures and supply bottlenecks, the raw material can come from another farmer or country of origin.
This product does not contain any allergens
Nutrition facts per 100g
- calorific value: 1202 kJ
- calorific value: 290 kcal
- fat: 8.00 g
- - thereof sat. fatty acid: 1.50 g
- carbohydrate: 9.50 g
- - thereof sugar: 1.20 g
- protein: 23.20 g
- salt: 0.02 g