If you haven’t ever grown your own sprouts before, it is really easy peasy.
I’m going to show you how, with a short blogumentary of my efforts to produce lots of the tasty wee things.
First off, you should make sure you buy some organic sprouting seeds from a reputable source.
For this short project, I am using the seeds provided with the sprouter starter kit our pals bought us as a thank you gift – clover, mung beans and lentils. They should provide good variety of flavour and texture.
The seeds first need to be soaked overnight. So stage Day1 is really easy. The only other action I’ve taken is to rinse out the seed trays. in the sprouter itself so its ready for the morning seed dispersal.
I decided to empty out each packet for soaking, but fear I have too many soaking. We do have another set of sprouter trays, so I’ve looked those out for stand-by. We may be eating sprouts for breakfast, lunch and dinner for some time to come!
Tune in tomorrow to see what comes next.
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