Steps to follow to make your own sprouted seeds

Steps to follow to make your own sprouted seeds

Spring is ideal for growing sprouted seeds that are very rich in nutritional value. Their in-house production is as ecological as it is economical.

2. Soaking

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Leave them to soak for between four and twelve hours depending on the seeds. When you see the hulls splitting, cover the jar with a square of muslin or gauze, securing it with an elastic band. Drain the soaking water through the muslin, then rinse the seeds under a stream of cool water.

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