Edible sprouts producer virtual training has been created for people to become fully acquainted with edible sprouts. The sprout is actually a seed that has grown for a short time and is still white or light green. You can prepare the seeds of different seeds by placing the seeds of these plants in water for a few hours and then placing these seeds in a warm and humid place for further growth. The time required for buds to grow varies from two to seven days. When the plant grows 2 to 5 cm, it is ready for consumption.
Edible sprouts are one of the most complete nutrients among foods that have a high nutritional value. For example, bean sprouts contain carbohydrates such as the carbohydrates in watermelon, vitamin A in lemons, thiamine in avocados, dried apple riboflavin, niacin in bananas, and vitamin C in wild berries.
Edible sprouts are the best source of vitamin C, beta-carotene and folacin. Other studies show that edible sprouts are one of the strongest antioxidants and can help prevent a variety of cancers. Germination of grains, legumes and cereals increases their nutritional value and the number of vitamins they contain. For example, the amount of vitamin A in sprouted beans is 2.5 times that of dried beans, and in some beans, it is up to 8 times.
Types of buds:
Vocabulary Course Producer Virtual Training Course Topics:
Choose the right place and equipment
Preparation of culture medium
Cultivation of edible sprouts
Care and maintenance of buds
Pests and diseases of buds
Harvesting and collecting buds
Prerequisites for the production of edible sprouts:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.