I have sprouted seeds since my teen years. Sprouting is easy and adds so much flavor and nourishment to your diet. You can add sprouts to your salads, raw soups, wraps and smoothies. Sprouts are loaded with enzymes and fiber. The quality of the protein in beans, nuts and seeds increases with sprouting. Even the B vitamin content of certain beans and seeds increase hundreds of time from the sprouting process. Sprouts are live food, full of energy and very alkalizing. Get creative with your sprouts. They are inexpensive and go a long way. If you have cats or dogs, they will love to nibble on the wheat grass sprouts. Bon Appétit!
There is no specific recipe for the sprouts, other than following instruction s for the type of sprout that you want to grow. Here are the basics:
Always choose organic, non GMO seeds
Soak your seeds overnight in clean water
Rinse thoroughly and place in containers. Rinse and spray your sprouts 2-3 times per day. After they have reached 1-2 inches of growth, place them by a window or outside (weather permitting) to turn green.
My favorite sprouting bowls and seeds can be found at: http://www.handypantry.com/sprouters/sprout-garden