Header_shadow
Try It Free For 30 Days

Sprouting (How To)

Serves

Ingredients

  • 2 tbsp legumes/beans/nuts or seeds
  • 2 cups water
  • cheesecloth
  • large mason jar

Directions

Soak legume, grain or seed (whichever you're choosing to sprout) overnight in a bowl of water.

Rinse well the next day and discard soaking water.

Place the rinsed beans in a large mason jar and cover jar with a piece of cheesecloth and seal with mason jar ring of lid.

Turn the jar upside down over a plate to drain. Then refill the jar with water, shake to rinse, and again empty into your sink. I don't bother taking the lid off at all during this process. I simply let the water drain out through the cheesecloth.

Every few hours, you'll want to refill the jar with water, shake around a bit, and then drain. Again, place it upside down in your spot....do this a few times each day until your bean/seed/legume sprouts a tail!

Once they are ready, drain them well & store them in the refrigerator.

Enjoy in salads, on sandwiches or blend into smoothies or homemade burger recipes!

For more information on sprouting, check out the Living-Foods or Primal Seeds websites. So, what do you think? Will you try it?

Course: Salads

 

Try it free for 4 months

You are invited to a free, 30 day, full-service, no strings attached trial.

No payment information is required and your feedback is welcome.

At the end of the trial you can subscribe for $4.95/month or $39/year.

Try it Free For 30 Days

Gift Subscriptions

Eat healthier food. Save time & Money. Know what‘s for dinner.

Wow, that sounds like a great gift!

I seriously can't say enough good things about Plan to Eat. If you enjoy menu planning but want an easier way to import recipes, make shopping list, etc. You should definitely check it out.

Kristen Facebook

157 of 180

Holy Crap! You two are such geniuses! Thank you so much for developing Plan to Eat. I just entered my first recipe, and I can't believe how intuitive it is. Seriously, what an answer to prayers. THANK YOU! I will definitely be signing up after my 30-day trial. WOW.

Teresa Facebook

158 of 180

I'm giddy. I was skeptical, but you have far surpassed my expectations. I keep finding brilliant pieces of design that make this interface wonderfully user-friendly. Tonight i found the button for my toolbar. yes!!

bracken Plan to Eat Support Website

159 of 180

I am a long-time meal planner -- I am wife, mom of three energetic young kids, full-time professor, and wanna-be yogini, so meal planning is not an option for us, rather a necessity -- but Plan to Eat has revolutionized my system already.

April Plan to Eat Support Website

160 of 180

I love being able to import recipes from internet and then to print out meal plan and recipes - all at once!

Debbie Plan to Eat Support Website

161 of 180

Plan to Eat is brought to you by... US!

Click Here for an Introduction

Staff-din