Growing Sprouts from Winter Wheats

Growing Sprouts from organic wheat seeds is just like growing bean sprouts. It is supper easy!


     
       Required Materials
:
* Some organic sprout seeds
* One non-transparent container
* One non-transparent cover

Growing Sprouts in Summer


     Step by step instructions:
1. On the first day (top picture), prepare a numbers of wheat grass seeds in a small container.


2. Rinse them to remove the dust. Thereafter, add clean water and let it stand for 5 minutes; remove the floated seeds; add new water to cover the seeds and put an non-transparent cover over the container; let it stand indoor for one night.


3. The next day and the days after, rinse and drain the wheat grass seeds with clean cold water a few times a day until the wheat seeds are sprouted.


Make Sure you change the water everyday; as if the water is sour; they will be sting and spoilt.


4. When the sprouts have reached 2 mm long, you may rinse them and cover them full with clean water or filtered water and set them aside at a cool place for one night.


5. The next day, the water would become fermented water; it should smell sweet, tasted sweet and like beer.


If you wish; you can drink it plain for your food digestion; or treat it as a natural yeast for your breads and cakes making.


If you choose not to use the fermented water, you may pour the water into your soil as fertilizer; and continue your sprouts growing for one more day and add them to your cereals, soups, porridge or rice cooking.



After the wheat seeds sprouted (picture above); you may continue your wheat grass project; if you wish to smell the grass; and taste the wheat grass juice or grow them further into wheat berries.


Besides wheat sprouts, there are more types of seeds and grain sprouts. Such as the buckwheat sprouts; millet sprouts; sesame seeds sprouts are delicious too.



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