Refreshing! Looking into my mother’s fridge yesterday, I found a little store-bought container of tabouleh. I looked at the ingredient list and replicated the recipe, tasting to find good proportions, and substituting quinoa sprouts for the cooked buckwheat traditionally used in tabouleh. Do make sure you wash the...

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Mince everything and toss it all together! If you want you can use a processor but it’s quite easily hand-made too.

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Refreshing! Looking into my mother’s fridge yesterday, I found a little store-bought container of tabouleh. I looked at the ingredient list and replicated the recipe, tasting to find good proportions, and substituting quinoa sprouts for the cooked buckwheat traditionally used in tabouleh. Do make sure you wash the mint especially throroughly, and only use the leaves, as it has little hairs on it that can irritate one’s mouth. The ingredient list indicated that alspice is usually used, but since I didn’t have any non-irradiated alspice on hand, I didn’t include this in my version. I do encourage you to try it with alspice and let me know how it goes!

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Liz (writeeternity) ... you've probably sprouted by now, but for anyone else looking, quinoa is very quick to sprout, soak for 2 hours or a bit more, sprout for about 12+ hours, it needs rinsing several times. I've never really liked quinoa, cooked or raw, but am going to give this recipe a try, with a few personal tweaks and see how it turns out.
Storm (Lovefood) ... Suvine's comment was a bit off the mark, Juliano's recipe is similar by virtue of the name, not recipe, so she hasn't actually had yours! Juliano's has different quantities of the ingredients, with cucumber, jalapeno, burdock and ginger, no onions, includes the parsley stems, no allspice and Nama Shoyu as alternative to salt. I refer to Juliano's book more as a starting point, or when I just want an idea, than for the actual recipes, which use a lot of seasoning with Nama Shoyu or sea salt.

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Hi How long did you sprout the quinoa? I just got some today. Thanks!

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Oh! What's in Juliano's version??

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2 cups it says at the bottom
I have tried this before from Juliano's raw book. Great for potlucks.

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How much quinoa? I don't see it on the list.

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