Basics of Sprouting

Fruits and Vegetables, Grains, Legumes, Sprouting
Sprouting can fall under several of our BabySteps since you can sprout many grains, legumes, and other foods. However, the biggest benefit of sprouts is that they can act as a fresh "vegetable" in your diet so we are covering it under the Fruits and Vegetables step. If this feels overwhelming to you, don't worry, it was to us too. Just follow Step 8 and come back to this topic when you feel you can handle a challenge. Common Types of Sprouts: Grains Wheat Rice Oats Corn Barley Legumes Peas Lentils Soy Beans, Garbanzo, Mung beans Dried Beans (black, pinto, navy, kidney) Nuts + Seeds Almonds Sunflower Seeds, Sesame seeds, Alfalfa Vegetable Seeds esp. pumpkin Health Benefits of Sprouts: Sprouting a seed enhances its already high nutritional value (i.e. Oats…
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