Yield: 1 Servings
|2 tablespoons||Seeds to be sprouted|
|1 \N||Quart jar with holes in lid|
|1 cup||Tepid water|
Pour the water on the seeds and allow to soak for 2 to 4 hours. Pour the water off and let the jar sit in a slightly warm place. The top of the fridge works fine. Twice a day, add some tepid water to cover the seed, and allow to soak for a few minutes. Again, pour off the excess water. Bright light will develop the green of the chlorophyll, if you wish. Harvest when you feel like using them. Years ago, I bought a three pack of plastic lids that had three different mesh sizes. If I were to look for them again, I'd try a natural food store, which is also a good place to find material for sprouting.
Things to Sprout: Alfalfa, fenugreek, mung bean, radish, lots more.
This is a good way to improve your winter salads with fresh produce.