HIGH PROTEIN SEED PACK
High Protein Seed Pack
We often get asked as to how we came about creating the ‘High – Protein Seed Pack.’Quite simply, we wanted to create the MOST NUTRITIOUS SEED VAULT IN THE WORLD (!!!) – the most nutritious in terms of the quantities of Protein, Carbohydrates, Dietary Fiber, Vitamins ( Vitamins A, B, C, D, E, K, and Folic Acid,) and Minerals (Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, Pottasium, Phosphorus, and Zinc.)
“The best place to seek God is in a garden. You can dig for him there.”
~ George Bernard Shaw
After a prolonged period of research, we came up with a winning team of 12 seeds (Beans, Peas, Broccoli, and Spinach) that provides you with the ULTIMATE NUTRITIONAL PORTFOLIO, consisting of vegetable seed “superstars.” All of the seeds are 100% HEIRLOOM, NON – GMO, NON – HYBRID & OPEN POLLINATED. All the seeds have been tested to ensure a 90% + Germination Rate at the time of packaging.
The picture below shows you the nutritional profile of each seed, as well as the daily requirements of and vital functions of Proteins, Carbs, Fiber, Vitamins and Minerals, and the side effects of being deficient in them.
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▼HOW DO WE STACK UP WITH OUR COMPETITORS?:Most of the available seed packs out there are dangerously low in Protein and Fiber, and provide only limited amounts of the essential and required Vitamins and Minerals.
❶ The USDA recommends an average of 50 – 70 grams of Protein per day for men, and 30 – 50 grams of Protein for women. Let’s consider 50 grams as an average. You can get this easily with about 3.2 cups of Beans, 5.8 cups of Peas, or 9-10 cups of Spinach or Broccoli. (All contained in our Seed Pack.) To get this with other seed packs, you would have to ingest 38 Beets, or 39 Tomatoes, or 41 Onions, or 42 Cucumbers, or 49 Peppers, or 56 cups of Cabbage, or 87 carrots, or 102 cups of Lettuce or 167 Squash Zucchini’s.
❷ The USDA recommends an average of 38 grams of Fiber per day for men, and 25 grams of Fiber per day for women. Let’s take 30 grams as an average. You can get this easily with about 2 cups of Beans, 3.4 cups of Peas, or 6 cups of Spinach or Broccoli. (All contained in the seed pack.) To get this with other seed packs, you would have to ingest 13 Beets, or 15 Peppers, or 16 Onions, or 17 cups of Cabbage, or 18 Carrots, or 21 Cucumbers, or 30 Tomatoes, or 60 Cups of Lettuce, or 300 Squash Zucchini’s. WOW!!! Unbeleivable!!
❸ Similarly, to get the amount of Vitamins & Minerals contained in 1 cup of Spinach or Broccoli (Both, contained in our Seed Pack,) would require 30 – 150 of each of the individual items (such as Carrots, Beets, Lettuce, and so on) provided in other seed packs.
▼WHAT ELSE IS CONTAINED IN THE HIGH PROTEIN SEED PACK?: ♦ 2 MYLAR Bags (The outer package is a heat sealed food grade 3.5 mil 8”x10” Mylar foil bag; Additional 4.3 mil 8.5” x 8.75” food grade zip seal Mylar bag is included inside for future seed storage,) ♦ 2 Extra- Strength RED RUBBER BANDS ( Size:2.5” x 0.25”,) and ♦ 4 Ergonomically-Correct RUBBER BANDS ( Size:3” x 0.125”.) ♦ Mylar, in our opinion is the “super star” of seed storage materials – it light proof, heat proof, oxygen proof, air proof, water proof, aroma proof, and electricity proof. (Note: A little bit of air will still remain in these Mylar bags after closing – this is good because the seeds need some air to breathe, in low light/heat conditions.)
▼BONUS 1, PROVIDED WITH THE SEED PACK:BOOK (Downloadable,) ‘Grow Your Own Vegetables with the High Protein Seed Pack,’ for your Survival Garden Library: A beautifully illustrated book (photographs and illustrations) that contains superb information to help you garden efficiently: ♦ Basics of Vegetable Gardening ♦ Best Practices for Seed Storage ♦ Planting, Growing & Harvesting Information for Seeds (includes ‘Common Problems’ and ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ ♦ Nutritional Information about each Seed and ♦ ‘Fun Recipes for each Seed.’ See the picture below of the layout of the book:
▼BONUS 2, PROVIDED WITH THE SEED PACK:DVD(Downloadable,)‘Grow Your Own Vegetables with Carol Klein,’ for your Survival Garden Library: Carol is a world renowned English gardening expert, whose ***invigorating*** passion for vegetable gardening is contagious and extremely inspiring. This is a 6 part series: ♦ 1. Breaking New Ground (Carol shows us how easy it is to grow your own food) ♦ 2. Back to Your Roots (A first time vegetable grower is shown the ropes) ♦ 3. Bean Feast (All about beans and peas) ♦ 4. The Cabbage Patch (Carol grows cabbages, cauliflowers, and kale) ♦ 5. Salad Days (Growing vegetables for your salads) ♦ 6. Squashing Pumpkins (Carol celebrates the delicious and decorative Pumpkin and Squash family.) See the picture below of the layout of the DVD:
▼BONUS 3, PROVIDED WITH THE SEEDPACK: DVD(Downloadable) for your Survival Garden Library, ‘Quick Start Vegetable Gardening with Tina and Ed Bemis,’: Beloved American gardeners, the husband and wife team of Tina and Ed, owners of the Bemis Farms in Central Massachusetts gives us a vegetable gardening ‘quickstart’ by sharing theri wisdom on growing vegetables using a raised bed and a galvanized trash can. Topics include: ♦ Preparing the Soil ♦ Creating the Raised Bed ♦ Planting Seeds ♦ Transplanting ♦ Planting using a Galvanized Trash Can (for Potatoes)… and more. See the picture below of the layout of the DVD:
▼BONUS 4, PROVIDED WITH THE SEEDPACK:VIDEO (Viewable Online) for your Survival Garden Library, ‘How to Design and Build Your Vegetable Garden by Jeff Ball’: This is an all-time gardening classic by one of the most favorite and revered ‘yardener’ (‘yard’ + ‘gardener’) of our day, Jeff Ball. Topics include: ♦ Selecting a Site ♦ Size and Layout ♦ Planting Seeds ♦ Preparing the Soil ♦ Building the Raised Bed ♦ Building Season Extending Tunnels ♦ Building Trellised ♦ Making Compost ♦ Drip Irrigation ♦ Mulch ♦ Other Garden Devices ♦ Crop Selection and the Garden Plan.
Seed Planting Instructions