Sprouting is simple… Learn the benefits of sprouting seeds, nuts and grains and how to do this at home with 4handsfoodstudio!
What can be sprouted?
Any seed or grain can be sprouted, as long as it is whole in its natural form, has not been treated with anti sprouting chemicals or has not been heat-treated. The soaking time of different seeds or grains varies from one to another.
Here are some examples of approximate different soaking times:
Method of sprouting
250g dry peas – or other seed/grain – I have chosen Red Fox carlin peas, they are grown in England by Hodmedod.
1 Litre kilner jar
* You can also keep the cooking water, as it is high in soluble fibre. You can use in sourdough bread, in soups or stocks, it is also a good substitute for egg whites
How to use sprouts in the kitchen: