This is a very flavorful salad, if you use all ingredients. My 20 month old loved this salad from the start, I on the other hand took a little while to get used to the semi-crunchy lentils. I really enjoy the Udo’s oil in this recipe and my skin feels great from the oils the next day! This is another recipe from the...

Recipe Directions

Mix the germinated lentils, onion, tomato, and cucumber in a medium bowl. Pour oils and vinegar over the lentil salad and toss well. Season with sea salt and lemon. Toss again. Let sit for 2 to 3 hours in the refrigerator to absorb the nice onion flavor.
I also have tried adding a handful or two of minced fresh basil, extra olive oil and some fresh ground pepper. My husband enjoyed it all the more!

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This is a very flavorful salad, if you use all ingredients. My 20 month old loved this salad from the start, I on the other hand took a little while to get used to the semi-crunchy lentils. I really enjoy the Udo’s oil in this recipe and my skin feels great from the oils the next day! This is another recipe from the Carol Alt book.

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I just made this with sprouted lentils and it was VERY good!

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I just made this with sprouted lentils and it was VERY good!

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I just tried this and it was really good. I used canned lentils - I haven't been successful with sprouting. I wash the lentils to get the extra salt and stuff (I know that will offend some RAW people) - Hey, everything was RAW and it turned out great! I will make this again.

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Sounds great but shouldn't the lentils be sprouted rather than soaked??? Besides, there is a danger in eating unsprouted beans. They say they are toxic. Plus, a large lentil sprout is softer, tastes better, has more nutrients and...you get more for your money. That is why I love sprouting. You buy a little bit of seeds and it grows!

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