I decided to look into sprouting a while back. Sprouts are great to be eaten alone, topped on salads, placed inside sandwiches, incorporated in a dish, or blended into a green juice. It’s a good addition to your diet, especially if you’re trying to eat more raw foods. I came across Sproutman a few times at food festivals and decided to give the Hemp Sprouting Bag a try. It says it is very easy to use and process is simple.
First, prep the seeds by soaking it in water overnight. Next morning, drain the water and rinse the seeds. Place the seeds into the sprouting bag. Every day, wet the seeds under the faucet and let it hang over the sink. In just a few days, you’ll have a bag of sprouts.
The hemp bag works well for all grains and beans such as mung bean, lentil, green pea, garbanzo, adzuki, wheat, barley, rye, Kamut, peanut, quinoa, fenugreek, and shelled sunflower seed. I used an organic crunchy bean mix which contained crimson lentil, french lentil, green pea, and garbanzo. I was quite impressed by the quality of the sprouts, and not to mention, they were delicious too.