How to Grow Sprouts at Home
Once you see how easy and affordable it is to grow sprouts at home, you'll never buy them at the grocery store again!
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sprouting seeds (such as Alfalfa, Broccoli, or Radish)
Wide Mouth Size Mason Jar
Sprouting Lid fitted for Wide Mouth jars (use the one with the smallest holes)
Cover the sprouting seeds with fresh, cool water in the mason jar and let soak for at least 8 hours or overnight.
Drain and rinse the sprouts by pouring fresh, cool water through the holes in the sprouting lid. Drain again until most of the water is poured out.
Repeat the rinsing and draining process at least two times per day for 3-5 days, or until the sprouts have grown to your liking.
Remove the sprouts from the jar and immerse in a bowl filled with fresh, cool water.
Push the sprouts down to the bottom of the bowl and let the seed hulls rise to the top.
Pour off the hulls, and rinse again if necessary.
Drain the sprouts thoroughly and store in the fridge in a lidded container lined with paper towel. The sprouts will keep fresh for at least a week.