Sunflowers are native to the Americas. The plant produces large yellow flowers that will attract birds, butterflies, pollinators, and many other benefits insects. Sunflower seeds are highly nutritious; They can be eaten raw, roasted, or used to produce sunflower oil. They are also excellent to grow as sprouts which are tasty and highly nutritious!
Sunflower sprouts are very high in nutrition. When the seeds are germinated all of the nutrition is fully unclocked, making the available nutrition many times higher than what can be obtained from the seeds. The sprouts are large, tasty, and have a mild crunch. The sprouting time of sunflower seeds can take 1 to 2 days. Soak the seeds in a jar or sprouter for 2 hours and change the water twice a day.