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Sprouting is becoming more popular all the time thanks to its many benefits and easy, at-home methods. But what do you do with those seeds, grains, and legumes after they become beautiful baby sprouts? We have the answers here in our sprouting recipes!
Create colorful sprouted lentil salads, energizing raw sprouted granola, and savory sprouted hummus. Sprout grains to create your own sprouted flours, which you can then age and use for all types of baking. The possibilities are endless!
Sprouting is simple and fun, so enjoy cooking with your sprouts in the same way. Explore all of our sprouting recipes below, and remember: you can do this!
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Enjoy the flavors in this thick, rich Greek soup with sprouted garbanzo beans.
Make delicious french bread using sprouted flour. This basic recipe uses a poolish, similar to a sourdough starter, but without the maintenance!
This new take on hummus dip will wow you and your entire family. Combine the fresh taste of sprouted green peas with herbs and spices, for an amazing bread or veggie dip!
For a power-packed grain-free breakfast, try this sprouted raw granola with buckwheat and sunflower seeds. Add your favorite dried fruit and you’ve got a winner every morning!
Sprouted and full of both flavor and nutrition, this vegan pate made with sunflower seed sprouts is a delicious dip or spread.
Idli is a steamed cake made from a combination of rice and lentils that have been soaked, ground, and fermented into a smooth dough.
This Mediterranean-inspired lentil salad makes a tasty side dish, but can be a light main dish and lunch salad by itself.
Put on a pot of baked beans and whip up a batch of this old-time favorite quick bread, made more nutritious with sprouted flours and cultured buttermilk.
Make delicious brownies using cultured dairy and nearly any variety of sprouted flour you prefer, including gluten-free brown rice!
Try this traditional Eastern European fermented drink made from sprouted wheat berries. Rejuvelac is a delicious, nutritious beverage on its own, but it also works well as a starter culture for many vegan cheese recipes.
Dosas are a thin pancake, much like a crepe or tortilla, generally made using a combination of rice and lentils. Follow these easy instructions to ferment the rice and lentils.
Learn about using bean sprouts in your favorite recipes. Sprouted beans are nutritious and easier to digest, and your recipes will still taste amazing!