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How to Sprout Millet
Most people who practice sprouting grains do so for the health benefits. It can turn a hard-to-digest whole millet kernel into a light, nutrient-dense whole grain.
All grains contain certain anti-nutrients inherent in the seed. These anti-nutrients preserve the seed until it has a chance to germinate and grow. The great thing is that the soaking and sprouting process may help reduce anti-nutrients.
The Sprouting Process
The first and possibly most important step to sprouting is to make sure that the millet is sproutable. Look for a raw millet and perhaps even the term “sproutable” on the package.
Hulled millet can be sprouted but the results can be a bit bitter or mushy. If you are purchasing seed for sprouting look for unhulled millet which will have a harder outer shell that will make it extra crunchy.
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