Sprouts in my kitchen

I have two videos I made about sprouting seeds on YouTube. This is the second one I did.

It’s easy to sprout seeds. I love to eat alfalfa sprouts. You don’t need anything fancy. A canning jar works with a cheesecloth cover. Soak seeds overnight in room temperature water. Pour off the water. Each morning and evening, pour room temperature water into your container and then drain well. Depending on the seeds you are using, they will sprout in a day or two. After they grow a few more days, you can eat them. When they grow large enough, rinse, and then refrigerate them. Great for salads, tacos, and sandwiches. Find different seeds to sprout if you want other flavors. Radish sprouts are a little spicy.

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