We have the best seeds for sale from our bulk seed supply, including raw seeds, roasted seeds, shelled seeds, organic seeds, roasted pumpkin seeds, raw sunflower seeds, hulled sesame seeds, ground seed meal, and more seeds! Purchase seeds in bulk for the health benefits of seeds and seed recipes like seed oil, seed bread, and honey roasted seeds.
Please note: We cannot ship any of the items on this page to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or Canada.
Seeds are rich in many essential oils. They contain iron, potassium, calcium and phosphorous and add protein to simple grain dishes. Seeds are a great way to make sure you're getting enough EFA (essential fatty acids).
Seeds should be stored in a cool, dark place (such as a refrigerator or freezer) to retain flavor/nutrition and to prolong shelf life.
Roast seeds to bring out and deepen flavors. Most seeds can be roasted in a skillet on medium/high anywhere from 5 to 10 minutes. Make sure to watch the seeds and stir them regularly because they can easily burn. Seeds can also be cooked in a preheated oven at 325 degrees anywhere for 10 to 25 minutes depending on seed type. Make sure to stir every 5 to ten minutes.
Contains several nutrients, minerals, vitamins, and anti-oxidants
Contains fiber. 100 grams of caraway seeds provides 28 grams of fiber, equal to 100% of recommended daily fiber
Contains essential oils including: carvone, limonene, carveol, pinen, cumuninic aldehyde, furfurol, and thujone. These oils are known to have antioxidant and digestive properties.
Minerals: iron, calcium, potassium, manganese, selenium, zinc, and magnesium
Vitamins: vitamin A, E, C, and many B-complex
Sesame seeds can be toasted on the stovetop in a large cooking pan. Cook at medium heat for 3-5 minutes, until lightly brown. Stir regularly to avoid burning.
Sesame seeds can be toasted in the oven in a large baking pan. Cook at 350 F for 8 to 10 minutes, until lightly brown.
Sesame seeds are high in calcium, iron, phosphorus, as well as EFAs. Grinding sesame seeds increases digestibility.
Poppy seeds are high in calcium. Sprinkle on breads and rolls or use in a filling for cakes and muffins. Relatively small amounts can cause false-positives in drug tests. They are non-narcotic as a food, poppy seeds are said to have a calming effect. Keep refrigerated or frozen.