Sprouted millet is fairly rare, but it is possible to sprout millet at home. Sprouted millet can be cooked briefly and eaten plain, added to bread recipes, or dried and ground into flour. Sprouted grains to not store well, so sprout only small amounts at a time.
Preparing to Sprout Millet:
Look for millet with hulls intact. Millet that has had the hull removed does not sprout well, because the germ is usually removed with the hull.
Sprout only raw millet, not toasted or roasted.
Millet has a low sprouting rate, about 50%.
Instructions for Sprouting Millet:
Rinse ½ cup millet and remove any debris or stones.