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Red Clover has been grown for centuries in pastures to feed cattle and grazing animals. It is derived from the same plant family as Alfalfa. Alfalfa sprouts and Red Clover sprouts look very similar and have the same growing characteristics. Spot the difference: Sprouted Red Clover leaves are a slightly lighter green colour than those of Alfalfa.

Red Clover Sprouts


Red Clover sprouts, like their relative alfalfa, are legumes.

Legumes are a rich source of protein, among the best protein sources in the plant kingdom. Eating more legumes is an alternative to meat for some.

Red Clover Sprouts are a source of essential oils, carbohydrates, amino acids, flavonoids, vitamins and they have a high mineral content.

Vitamins include A, B, C, E and K

Minerals and trace elements include Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Zinc, Calcium (which is used by the body to form healthy bones & teeth, help muscles relax and contract, is important in nerve functioning, blood clotting, blood pressure regulation and immune system health) and Magnesium (needed for making protein, helping with muscle contraction, nerve transmission & immune system health)


Calcium and magnesium are easily absorbed in sprout form and relax the nervous system & settles the stomach.

Anti-oxidants found in clover sprouts increase your energy levels and provide anti-aging benefits for the skin.

Clover is a known detoxifier – acting as a blood purifier

The High mineral content includes virtually every trace mineral needed by the glands and helps restore balance and hormonal functions. The minerals alkalinize the body and promote detoxification.

For women, the red clover contains plant estrogens, similar to human hormone estrogen that may help with symptoms of pms and menopause.

Clover sprouts are a dietary source of isoflavones. Studies have shown that isoflavones can significantly reduce the risk of cancer.

Red Clover


These sprouts are just too tender to cook so if grilling, baking or frying please add your clover sprouts after cooking. Eat these nutty, mild, crunchy gorgeous nutritious sprouts in salads. Try them as a topping on pizzas or use as a filling in sandwiches, wraps or Mexican foods such as quesadillas & Tacos. YUM!!!

Sprouts hold their own on their own so bring your plate to life with an edible garnish.


– All ABF sprouts come in a container made of PLA. This container is 100% compostable so please cut it up and add it to your compost heap.

– At Angela’s Backyard Farming, Clover seeds are sprouted until they have grown past their legume stage and become baby green plants. This means that any harmful natural toxins that may of existed, being associated with uncooked legumes, are not present in ABF clover sprouts

– All ABF sprouts are soaked and rinsed in purified water.  ABF Red Clover Sprouts contain no added chemicals and are safe to eat raw.



The Broccoli Sprouts Break through – Deborah R. Mitchell

Sprouts the Miracle Food – Steve Meyerowitz



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Just A Farm Girl At Heart

The Times Newspaper 21 January 2015
The Times Newspaper
21 January 2015

Thank you so much to Shelley Seid and Jackie Clausen of the The Times Newspaper for putting this lovely article on page 15 of todays paper. I hope that this inspires those of you that can, to start your own vegetable gardens at home and others to support ABF by buying herbs, sprouts, micro greens ( and occasionally produce ) available from Eat your Home and Earth Mother Organics.

Please contact me by sending me a Facebook message if you are in Durban and are interested in being a supplier of Angela’s Backyard Farming fresh sprouts or micro greens, if you are in the restaurant industry requiring micro greens and/or sprouts as a fresh gourmet garnish to compliment your menu or if you are a group of individuals in the Durban North, Umhlanga, Morning Side area and are interested in a weekly order for yourself and friends. Price lists will be uploaded to the website within the next few days. Drop me a message if you are requiring bulk prices.

Lots of Love