Sprout Recipes – you can grow the sprouts at home.
For Sprout recipes, quickly germinating sprouts of lentils, alfalfa, mung beans, and co are healthy and delicious. Especially in winter, when there is not much to be harvested, it is worth sprouting. Either use a special germination device or simply a jar as sprout glass. Put the jar upside down after rinsing, covered with a net tied with a rubber band, so that the water can drip,
How to grow sprouts
Most seeds let first soak overnight in a jar; the seeds should have enough space to develop. First, a dark place is favorable, but from the second day on, the seedlings should be exposed to light, not direct sunlight. The sprouts are ripe for harvest at room temperature after 2 to 5 days. Proper care for the sprouts is needed to prevent bacteria and mold. This involves rinsing the sprouts 2 to 3 times daily with lukewarm water.
Benefits of sprouts
Sprouts contain many vitamins, minerals, plant materials, fibers, and polyunsaturated fatty acids. As the seeds germinate, the nutrient content increases. Especially vitamin C, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, niacin, and vitamin E, as well as the minerals calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, and iron, are increasing. Sprouts contain high-quality protein but few calories. The degradation of complex carbohydrates to single sugars during sprouting reduces the bloating effect, especially in pod fruits. The content of phytic acid, which reduces the absorption of some minerals, decreases.
Which seeds are suitable for sprouting?
The following seeds are good for germination: Barley, wheat, rye, corn, oats, Flax, Buckwheat, sesame, lentils, Peas, Chickpeas, Soybeans, Adzuki beans, Fenugreek, Alfalfa, Mung beans, radish, mustard seeds, Sunflower seeds. Sprouts can be used in many different ways, for example, in salad, cereal, bread, filling, and spread over soups and dips. For hot dishes, add the sprouts only at the top so that the vitamins are largely retained. Storage of the sprouts should be in the refrigerator for a maximum of two days, airtight in a glass container. Enjoy the recipes below.
Sprout Recipes For Healthy Food You Can Grow On The Window Sill
Nutritious and Delicious Sprout Salads
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Raw Tabbouleh and Hummus
Upgrade your basic tabbouleh and hummus recipe by sprouting your grains and beans for a 100% life force and nutrient-activated meal! Here the recipe
Garbanzo Bean (Chickpea) Salad Rolls
These garbanzo salad wraps are healthy and light and taste way better than tuna salad! They can be made either raw with sprouted chickpeas or you may choose to steam them for a brief moment for digestibility. For a raw wrap, use a big, fresh leaf of collard greens or chard, or you can easily use a sprouted whole-grain tortilla or sandwich bread. Here the Recipe
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