$12.30
Best Crunchy Bean Mix.  Very tasty with lots of protein and CRUNCH!
Contains: Certified organic Garbanzo,  Green Pea. Red Lentils, French Lentils,
 
 
 
 
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The bulk discount - $50.00 off when you purchase 10 pounds or more of the same seed or seed mixture - applies to the purchase of 10 pounds or more of one variety of seed or seed mixture. The 10 pounds will ship in a bag. This is NOT a mix and match offer. No codes necessary. Just visit our Bulk Seeds Department http://www.sprouthouse.com/category_s/49.htm All the discounts have been taken. No additional shipping charges apply. There are no further shipping charges applied after the $50.00 off discount.
 
Exlcusions apply: There is a bulk discount taken already for the following codes:
HARD5, HARD10, HARD25, HARD50 AND BARL5, BARL10, BARL25, BARL50. No further discounts apply to these codes.
 
We also have a price per pound reduction when you purchase 3 pounds or more of any seed or seed mixture. With a purchase of any seed or seed mixture of 3 pounds or more you receive a $2.50 per pound reduction in price of that seed or seed mixture. This offer does not mix and match, it only applies to any seed or seed mixture purchase of 3 pounds or more. No codes needed. Discount is automatically taken. The 3 pounds will ship in a bag.
 
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Crunchy bean mix

Shayna on May 19th 2020

Love this combo! Garbanzo for crunch as well as the green peas, and the lentils both are very flavorful. We are so happy to have found the Sprout House - they are a great resource for your sprouting needs, quick responses and shipping too!

Great product and vendor

Jeff Barnett on May 3rd 2020

This is my first direct order to Sprout House - I have bought, in the past, through Amazon. When I found Amazon had no supplies during our pandemic, I tracked this vendor down and ordered directly. My comments will combine this order experiences with previous ones: I note the following positives: 1) no observable mold or rot on dry or sprouted seeds, 2) after sprouting have noticed less than one unsprouted seed per 3 pounds of dry so I'm not chipping teeth, 3) post sprouting taste is the slightly bitter that one should expect, 4) all seeds in the mix seem to "ripen" simultaneously, and 5) the texture is uniformly crunching. I have no negatives to add. I typically put a handful of sprouts in a bowl of cottage cheese (Knudsons, not at all sour) and add some cut up radishes and daikons of various sorts, and call the result breakfast; usually my only non-embarrassing meal of the day.