“Alfalfa sprouts are full of nutrition. Research shows that sprouts are loaded with antioxidants, and are full of protein, chlorophyll, vitamins and amino acids. Sprouts contain enzymes which digests themselves. They have a mild flavor, an abundant amount of nutrition, and easy to grow.”
READY IN:
2mins
SERVES:
10
YIELD:
2 cups
UNITS:
US

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 2 tablespoons of alfalfa sprout seeds
  • 1 quart mason jar

Directions

  1. Add 2 tablespoons of seed to a mason jar with strainer lid. Rinse thoroughly with cool water. First day, fill half way with water overnight to soak. Set out of direct sunlight and at room temperature, 70 degrees is optimal. The kitchen counter is fine. Rinse and drain twice a day. At the end of day 5 or the start of day 6 your sprouts will be ready to eat. Refrigerate your sprouts 8-12 hours after the final rinse and drain. Enjoy your sprouts in salads, sandwiches, or as a topping to any dish.

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