Mixed Seed

These particular seeds are from a ten year old batch of mixed salad seeds that I purchased over the internet. I have had these guys with me for a long time. Mostly because they were such a pain to work with the first time I tried. But, now with my new stainless steel mesh sprouting […]

Cucumber and kiwi tartine and sprouting some seeds. (via Myfrenchkitchen)

The pictures on this blog post make me want to double and re-double my sprouting efforts. Seed sprouting has made this kitchen so alive and vibrant. I must rush off eat something green and put some a handful of seeds in a jar ūüôā Sprouting seeds is so easy. Healthy. Available to everybody. If you […]

Lentils (French) Sprouts

French Lentils take 4+ days to reach (what I consider) optimal eating size. After my first experience with lentils, I would have to rank them as pretty easy to sprout. A little slower than my friends the mung beans. But their more delicate flavor more than makes up for it. In my limited experience, they […]

Simple Mung Bean Sprouts

This blog will cover the chronology of me sprouting simple mung beans. The procedure has been built around my busy life style. I’ve selected times and quantities that work within the parameters of my life rather than what might be the theoretical optimal conditions for sprouting. I have made many, many batches of sprouts this […]

Making A Sprouting Jar

This article will illustrate how to create a nice set of sprouting jars from items found in your local super market chain store. I find that for me stainless steel makes for an easier screen to work with. The water goes in and out of the jar easier — when compared to plastic. Also these […]