Grow tasty, sweet short pea sprouts in 2-3 days.
- Days to Sprout: short sprout- 2-3
- Soak Time: 6-8 hours
- Yield: 1/2 cup of dry seed yields 2.5 cups of short sprouts
- Storage: Our seeds should sprout well for a year after you purchase them, if stored in a cool dry place. If you’d like to extend the germination life of your seeds, store them in the fridge. If you store your seeds in the freezer, they’ll last even longer!
Soak: Put approximately 1/4 cup seed in a wide mouth jar with a sprouting lid. Add water, swirl, and drain. Refill jar with water and soak 6-12 hours. Drain well and invert jar at an angle on a sprouting rack, or in a bowl or drain rack.
Rinse: Twice a day, refill jar with cold water, swirl, and drain.
Enjoy! Ready to eat in (2-3) days. Refrigerate to store.
Beat Hegnauer –
Overall it is a great product. The only thing I noticed, is that it does not grow evenly.
This gaiant peas are very creamy, especially in a short ended tail, when there is more protein content.
These are very easy to sprout and all of the peas sprouted. They are delicious with a touch of olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
Of all the peas I’ve ordered my absolute favorite is the Oregon giant. They didn’t make it to the salad bowl because we gobbled them up by the handful. I ordered a 5 kg bag of green peas as I mistook them for the Oregon giant and was disappointed. I mean, they are still delicious but not as good as these babies!
Excellent pea with a nice sweetness
This batch of Peas has resulted in the worst germination results as well as the most mould Ive ever seen on Pea microgreens. Maybe just a bad batch but I won’t be buying the Oregon Giant again
I tend to enjoy the larger sprout seeds and these didn’t disappoint me. I ordered the 1 kg bag and already need to order more.
Greenhouse grower –
I first bought this yummy variety and used them as snow peas and then the pods filled in and I ate them as sweet snap peas so when I saw them on the list as micro-greens I knew I had to try them. That way when I am finished clipping them as micro-greens I can put them right out in the garden as an early spring crop.
compared to other peas I’ve tried (Speckled, Dwarf Grey), the Oregon Giant was extremely slow to sprout and grow. If you are looking for a leafy shorter sized shoot… I’d recommend Dwarf Grey Sugar Pea. However, Speckled Pea is the fastest and tallest shoot I’ve tried which gives the best yield.
These seeds had very poor germination. It looked like 2 different varieties (maybe yellow and oregon giant) mixed together. Lots of split and rotten seeds.
I purchased two 5kg bags of these for the purpose of daily eating at the second day of sprouting. Although I do love the tase and the unique huge size, I found 3-5% of the peas have brown spots and are basically bad. Batch CPCPS. Since I eat them whole at the 2 day mark this is a problem and not worth my effort. For growing greens to the 10 day mark that is not really an issue. I switched to green peas for eating and those are perfect.
got all kind of peas, this one in 125g only half of them sprouted . did the same way as other peas. don’t know why.