Sprouting Adzuki Beans

Sprouting Adzuki Beans

In a 32 oz. mason jar, I placed 1/2 cup of raw, organic adzuki beans. They soaked in water overnight and in the morning I rinsed and drained them, then laid the jar on its side. The jar’s lid is a strainer lid but you can also use cheese cloth and a rubber band. So, twice a day they are rinsed and drained and the jar laid back on the side. I kept them out of direct sunlight. Now I have beautiful sprouts to put on my salad or mix with cooked rice for a rice and bean dish. It took about four days to have sprouts this big but they are good to eat as soon as you see a little sprout appear.

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I’m a 42 year old mom that has always been interested in ways to grow spiritually and live a life that is healthy for me and my children and the earth. I’ve learned a lot over the years and I’m still learning. I would like to share the things that I feel are fun and easy for anyone to do themselves. Real health for real people!

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