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Easy, Nutritious, and Yummy: Three Ways to Grow Sprouts

Homegrown sprouts will ruin store-bought sprouts for you forever. You may think the ones you buy from the store are good, but as soon as you grow your own for the first time and realize how flavorful and crisp they can be, you’ll be amazed. And you’ll want more.

Three Ways to Grow Sprouts at Home

Sprouts are a delicious and easy way to pack more nutrition into your diet. Add them to salads, sandwiches, rice or quinoa bowls, or just eat a handful for a snack. Not only are they yummy and simple to add to almost any meal, they are very easy to grow indoors all year round! Here are three different ways to grow your own sprouts.

In Soil

The most obvious way to grow anything: in the dirt! You can grow sprouts indoors in soil in about ten days. This method works especially well for large seeds with tough shells, like sunflowers, because the soil helps to separate the sprout from the shell.

Read More: How to Grow Healthy Sunflower Sprouts in Two Weeks

In a Mason Jar

homegrown sprouts three ways

Growing sprouts in a Mason jar is easy and convenient. You can use any kind of bean or pea sprouts for Mason jar sprouting (you can also buy sprouting mixes that work well), but my favorite combination is mung beans with green peas because they have the same fast growing time and have a similar crunchy texture.

Read More: How to Grow Sprouts in a Mason Jar

Check out My Video on My Method for Growing Sprouts in a Jar!

In an Automatic Sprouter

use an automatic sprouter

If you want to grow sprouts in large quantities with almost no effort, automatic sprouters are great because they do pretty much all the work for you, which means you don’t have to remember to rinse your sprouts multiple times a day—you just have to freshen the water once a day and the sprouter does the rest.

Read More: Learn How to Use an Automatic Sprouter

 

salad with sprouts

Now that you know how to grow sprouts…read more about what types of tasty sprouts you should try!

The Best Sprouting Seeds and What They Taste Like

Types of Sprouting Seeds

 

 

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