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You can get started sprouting today with the wide selection of expert advice articles, how-to videos, and recipes from our Cultures for Health team and other Real Food pros.
Sprouts are the first growth of a seed, before they turn into what will someday become the plants we are familiar seeing in our gardens. When you keep the seeds moist and warm they begin to sprout and create tiny little plants. Some claim that the ancient practice of sprouting can turn a hard to digest grain, seed, or bean into a food product that your body digests as easily as a vegetable.
Whether you are looking to sprout seeds, grains or legumes, we have the expert advice to help you learn to sprout at home! Browse our expert advice below and remember...you can do this!
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Through sprouting, souring or soaking, you can turn grains that are sometimes hard for the body to digest, into a nourishing staple for your home.
Learn how to dehydrate your sprouted grains for grinding into flour, then enjoy sprouted bread and other baked goods!
Follow our step-by-step instructions for sprouting barley for cooking, making sprouted barley flour, growing barley grass for juicing, and more!
Learn how and why to sprout grains before eating or grinding into flour for baking. It’s so easy!
Learn how to sprout millet at home. Sprouted millet cooks up in just a few minutes and makes a delicious cereal or side dish.
Learn how to sprout oat groats at home with our step-by-step instructions. Sprouted oats are chewy, nutty, and delicious!
Follow our step-by-step instructions for sprouting wheat berries for eating, making rejuvelac, sprouted flour, wheat grass juice, and more!
Brown rice is the darling of the health food community. It is naturally gluten-free, a whole grain, and one of the “cleanest” starch foods one can eat.