Why Sprouted


We soak our seeds in filtered water which activates the germination process. Just the right amount water ensures optimum moisture content and the growth of a healthy sprout.


The activated grains or seeds continue to sprout in carefully controlled atmospheric and temperature conditions. This ensures the release of maximum nutrient content in the sprouts.


When ready, the sprouted grains or seeds are ground and any extra non-sprouted ingredients are mixed through. The mash is then hand-moulded into a loaf and ready for cooking.


We bake the loaves at relatively low temperatures. This allows for the preservation of precious vitamins and minerals.

The Result

Dense, nutritious, hearty bread.

What Happens During Sprouting

Unsprouted grains are packed with essential vitamins and minerals. However they are also covered with anti-nutrient enzyme inhibitors that prevent premature germination and store nutrients for plant growth. Enter the power of sprouting. During activation and sprouting, these inhibitors degrade while healthy nutrients are unlocked, enhanced and made more bioavailble.

Health Benefits

Increased Nutrients
By breaking down anti-nutrients including phytates, the sprouting process increases and releases once locked up nutrients including B vitamins, vitamin C, folate, fibre and certain amino acids. The degradation of enzyme inhibitors allows our bodies to readily absorb the minerals including calcium, magnesium, iron, copper and zinc found in seeds.

Sprouted seeds allow for easier digestion due to their affects on enzymes that breakdown food. The process particularly converts difficult-to-digest carbohydrate starches into more easily digestible sugars. Increased fibre and the reduction of gluten further aids digestion. All of this results in breads which some of us who usually may have trouble digesting conventional breads can consume easier.

Gut Health
Good health starts in our gut. Prebiotics feed and encourage the growth of good bacteria whilst probiotics improve the number and balance of good bacteria living in our digestive systems. The adage “you are what you eat” stems from this as certain foods have more of these properties. Sprouted grains are a great natural prebiotic source. 

Mental Health
It has been shown that the bacteria in the gut can affect the brain, influencing emotions and moods. Good gut bacteria has a positive impact on our mental function and lowers stress related disorders like anxiety and depression due to affecting natural serotonin levels. Prebiotics, which sprouted grains are a traditional source, coupled with an active lifestyle help the body, mind and spirit.

Fibre Source
Fibre helps keep our digestive systems healthy and limits the risk of digestive problems. Fibre content increases significantly during the sprouting process. This assists digestion and lets you feel fulfilled for longer, resulting in lowered hunger and energy swings.

Protein Source
Increased protein and improvements in the amino acid composition is the result of the conversion of starch during the sprouting process.

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