In response to a request on the forum, I am adding this recipe. This is my version of Alissa Cohen’s recipe. I love this in the summertime stuffed in a tomato or some of those mini red bell peppers I’ve been finding in the farmer’s markets. I also like it on sliced cucumbers, crackers or as a sandwich filling. I...
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Put the alfalfa sprouts in a big bowl. In a food processor combine sunflower seeds, almond butter, Nama Shoy or Bragg’s, kelp, mung bean sprouts and lentil sprouts. Blend until smooth. Add in the onion and celery and pulse until minced. Pour this mixture over the alfalfa sprouts and mix. If too runny, add more alfalfa sprouts. Add salt to taste—it sometimes requires quite a bit. I also sometimes kick it up a bit more with the kelp, but I like that ocean taste.

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In response to a request on the forum, I am adding this recipe. This is my version of Alissa Cohen’s recipe. I love this in the summertime stuffed in a tomato or some of those mini red bell peppers I’ve been finding in the farmer’s markets. I also like it on sliced cucumbers, crackers or as a sandwich filling. I suppose you could also dip veggies in it.

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Ooh i've made Alissa's recipe and it was great! I can't remember it exactly or how this differs, but worth trying. Thanks for the reminder!

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They will not sprout if they are cut (known as split lentils), however lentils are kind of flat looking, so they may not be split. I like to use the French green lentils, these are green on both sides, if they are white on one side and green (or brown or whatever) on one side then they are split lentils. HTH.

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Sueko~ I have a question, all the lentils I have seen in the HFS look like "halves". Will they sprout if they are cut? Or is this the way they are suppose to look?

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