I saw this in the cooked form at the market and thought some of this stuff can be sprouted and used the same way! there where lentils and millet( which didnt sprout for me) its very yummy and really doesnt need oil but i thought it might give it more of a cohesive taste….ive eaten it for three meals a day for two...

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soak, chop, mix and enjoy

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I saw this in the cooked form at the market and thought some of this stuff can be sprouted and used the same way! there where lentils and millet( which didnt sprout for me) its very yummy and really doesnt need oil but i thought it might give it more of a cohesive taste….ive eaten it for three meals a day for two days now!

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I made this recipe using the sprouted millet & lentils and the salad was tasty but way too chewy for my tastes... so I put the leftovers in the food processor with some ground flaxseeds (~1/2 cup or so) and enough water to make a cracker consistency... then dehydrated until dry on top... scored into crackers.. flipped, removed teflex... then dehydrated until dry & crisp... these were the best crackers I have made... awesome!!
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wow my quinoa sprouted overnight in a bowl of water...prety cool really the raisins are sweet but thats what gives this salad a ice flavor, its salty, sweet, crunchy, nutty......yum!!!!

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once i tryied to sprouted quinoa - nothing happened. what is the trick? raisins sounds too sweet though...

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This sounds awesome! I have the quinoa and wheat berries sprouted already! I love red peppers and raisins too! I sprouted a small little bag of wheat berries and then I had all of these sprouts - way more than I expected! I just made apricot bread with pecans with one batch and a couple other things but still have a cup left! Thanks!

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