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Had my first experience with sprouting seeds in jars

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 Ukshep    14,248

Got to say I'm quite enjoying it :D they grow so fast and are going to be super tasty! Not to mention a sack of seeds and a few more jars could provide some nice emergency food production :D 

@Cinnamon Thanks for the nudge towards a new experience :D

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 schon    778
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WOOHOO!! Congratulations! :dance:

Fresh greens,in any weather,gotta love it!

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 Ukshep    14,248
1 minute ago, schon said:

WOOHOO!! Congratulations! :dance:

New experiences are always fun!

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 Cinnamon    15,978

I'm sprouting onion seeds now, they take longer than the other seeds, but they're coming along. 

Keep rinsing! :) 

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 Ukshep    14,248
7 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

Keep rinsing!

Never thought I'd agree with that term.. Now I am chuckling inside! :gsbrnint:

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 schon    778
2 hours ago, Ukshep said:

Never thought I'd agree with that term.. Now I am chuckling inside! :gsbrnint:

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 schon    778
2 hours ago, A Freeman said:

Mung-beans?

Gosh they are good in salads and stir fry's.

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 Waitn4end    173

Alfalfa sprouts are my favorite.  A big cold handful on my own sprouted wheat bread with a chunk of Laughing Cow Cheese spread to hold it together...so delicious...so good for you.  

My favorite way to eat mung bean sprouts is to steam about two cups just enough to relax them.  Then put on my favorite flour tortilla that is low carb but delicious.  Then I drizzle a bit of the oriental sauces (they have several kinds like Teriyaki and Orange) Over the sprouts and roll it all up and munch it all down.  No meat most times...don't need it. 

Read the labels...watch out for the High Fructose Corn Syrup or its new aliases.

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 Cinnamon    15,978
20 hours ago, Waitn4end said:

Alfalfa sprouts are my favorite.  A big cold handful on my own sprouted wheat bread with a chunk of Laughing Cow Cheese spread to hold it together...so delicious...so good for you.  

My favorite way to eat mung bean sprouts is to steam about two cups just enough to relax them.  Then put on my favorite flour tortilla that is low carb but delicious.  Then I drizzle a bit of the oriental sauces (they have several kinds like Teriyaki and Orange) Over the sprouts and roll it all up and munch it all down.  No meat most times...don't need it. 

Read the labels...watch out for the High Fructose Corn Syrup or its new aliases.

That made me hungry!  

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 FredoIsSmart    405

Sounds like fun, I just started a garden I was going to start a thread with some pics but I have no idea what Im doing.

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 Cinnamon    15,978

These onion seeds are not doing anything. :angry: Maybe they're dead or something.  I'll try broccoli tomorrow. 

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