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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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Sprouted soy beans at home is so easy and rewarding! Bean sprouts add a delicious crunch to soups and stir-fry meals. Try sprouting at home today!
Grow delicious tiny scallions in just a few days using onion seeds. Add to sandwiches or salads for a mild onion flavor and delightful crunch!
Learn to sprout broccoli, radish, cabbage, and other brassica seeds with these easy step-by-step instructions.
Grow fresh, flavorful alfalfa sprouts, just like you see on salad bars, but even better when grown at home!
Learn to sprout green peas and grow crunchy, flavorful green pea sprouts to add to virtually any recipe calling for green peas. Delicious!
Learn how to sprout sunflower seeds with our step-by-step instructions. Remember to check that your sunflower seeds are sproutable before getting started!
Follow our step-by-step instructions for sprouting barley for cooking, making sprouted barley flour, growing barley grass for juicing, and more!
Grow barley grass at home with just a few simple supplies. Follow our easy instructions and get ready to juice your home grown barley grass!
Learn how and why to sprout grains before eating or grinding into flour for baking. It’s so easy!
Learn to sprout chia and other mucilaginous seeds on a terra cotta dish or linen cloth. It’s so easy with our step-by-step instructions!
Grow wheat grass at home with just a few simple supplies. Follow our easy instructions and get ready to juice your home grown wheat grass!
Learn about using bean sprouts in your favorite recipes. Sprouted beans are nutritious and easier to digest, and your recipes will still taste amazing!