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  • How to Dehydrate Sprouted Grains to Grind Into Flour

    How to Dehydrate Sprouted Grains to Grind Into Flour

    Learn how to dehydrate your sprouted grains for grinding into flour, then enjoy sprouted bread and other baked goods!

  • How To Sprout Seeds In A Sack

    How To Sprout Seeds In A Sack

    Learn to sprout larger seeds such as legumes in a hanging sack or bag using our step-by-step instructions. You’ll be amazed at home simple sprouting can be!

  • How To Sprout Seeds In A Tray

    How To Sprout Seeds In A Tray

    Learn this popular and easy method for sprouting seeds at home using a plastic tray. Our step-by-step instructions will help you along the way!

  • How To Sprout Seeds In A Jar

    How To Sprout Seeds In A Jar

    Learn this popular and easy method for sprouting seeds at home using a simple glass jar. Our step-by-step instructions will help you master sprouting!

  • How To Sprout Grains

    How To Sprout Grains

    Learn how and why to sprout grains before eating or grinding into flour for baking. It’s so easy!

  • How to Cook with Sprouted Beans

    How to Cook with Sprouted Beans

    Learn about using bean sprouts in your favorite recipes. Sprouted beans are nutritious and easier to digest, and your recipes will still taste amazing!

  • Fermented Grain Porridges

    Fermented Grain Porridges

    Grains have been fermented for as long as they have been eaten. Many of us today, given our industrialized food practices, assume that these fermented grains were eaten in the form of sourdough breads and baked goods. The reality, though, is much different.

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