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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))
  
-The sprouts ​can be steamed, sauteed, blanched, etc+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. ​ A common stopping point is when the grown "​tail"​ gets as long as the seed.+  - 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.  This typically takes 2-5 days
  
 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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