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food:sprouting [2020/07/09 20:09]
frater_secessus
food:sprouting [2020/07/09 20:16]
frater_secessus [Sprouting]
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 > the practice of germinating seeds (e.g., mung beans, sunflower seeds, etc.) to be eaten raw or cooked((https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sprouting#Nutrition)) > the practice of germinating seeds (e.g., mung beans, sunflower seeds, etc.) to be eaten raw or cooked((https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sprouting#Nutrition))
  
 +It can be a way to get fresh vegetarian food or greens in a van. 
 ===== process ===== ===== process =====
  
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   - a long soak, perhaps overnight, followed by    - a long soak, perhaps overnight, followed by 
   - draining upside down   - draining upside down
-  - then rinsing/draining upside down a few times a day until desired growth is reached+  - then rinsing/draining upside down a few times a day until desired growth is reached.  A common stopping point is when the grown "tail" gets as long as the seed.
  
 Keeping the jar upside down keeps the sprouts moist but not sitting in moisture. Keeping the jar upside down keeps the sprouts moist but not sitting in moisture.
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 ===== common sprouts ===== ===== common sprouts =====
  
 +  * mung bean
 +  * soybean
 +  * lentil
 +  * broccoli seed
 +  * radish seed
 +  * beet seed
  
- +A full list is [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sprouting#Suitable_seeds|on wikipedia.]
- +
  
  
food/sprouting.txt · Last modified: 2020/10/11 19:48 (external edit)