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Korean Bean Sprouts Salad

Mung bean sprouts have a crisp and sweet taste and are one of the few sprouts that are suitable for a quick stir-fry. Korean Bean Sprouts Salad is a commonly seen side dish in Korean cuisine. It is very easy to make but is surprisingly delicious, perfect for summer time. Chinese medicine believes that mung… Read more

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Growing Wheatgrass in a Jar

Why do we consume wheatgrass? Wheatgrass is a popular superfood, it is the freshly sprouted leaves of the common wheat plant (Triticum Aestivum). Wheatgrass is high in nutrients and antioxidants, vitamins A, C and E, as well as iron, magnesium, calcium and amino acids. It is not only good for juicing, but also loved by… Read more

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Weathering with You Seaweed, Pea Sprouts and Egg Fried Rice

Watched Weathering with You and love to cook the fried rice yourself? Here is the detailed recipe by Kurashiru. Original Japanese Recipe: https://www.kurashiru.com/recipes/572b1cb6-152a-4bad-a999-88d6a31073f6 Ingredients (1 potion) Cooked Rice 200 g Seaweed and Salt Chips 15 g Onion 1/4 pcs Pea Sprouts 25 g Soy Sauce 1 Tsp Chicken Powder 1/2 Tsp Ginger Paste 1 Tsp Sesame Oil… Read more

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Sprouting 101: Microgreen vs Sprout?

Microgreens are the most nutritious stage of plants in terms of minerals. They are more concentrated in nutritional value than their mature plants and sprouts. This is a result of the photosynthesis process which produce chlorophyll and chlorophyll is a surprisingly rich source of minerals and vitamins. However, sprouts have their own nutritional benefits too. They… Read more

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Sprouting 101: How should I store my sprouts?

Wonder how you should store your sprouts? The key takeaway is do keep them dry. There is no quicker way to kill your sprouts and microgreens than to refrigerate them wet, so make sure that they are reasonably dry before refrigerating. After harvesting your sprouts, you may either spread them on a paper towel to remove… Read more

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Sprouting 101: Can I sprout other seeds, grains or beans in the jar?

Apart from the 3 seeds we are selling at Sprouts in a Jar, there are a lot of seeds, grains or beans that you may try sprouting too. While for the question, the answer is yes for most of them with a few tricks. For example, basil, mizuna, mustard, cress and rocket belong to a… Read more

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Recipe: Banana Peanut Butter Sprouthie

Getting bored of eating salads? It is time for you to try some sprouthies. Our goal of creating this new section is to make it easier for everyone to enjoy the benefits of sprouts. You won’t believe how a balanced cup of sprouthie with vegetables, fruits, grains and sprouts has so many benefits to your… Read more

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Sprouting 101: Can I mix and sprout different seeds together?

[Sprouting 101] Can I mix and sprout different seeds together? To get mix sprouts at the same time, you need to mix seeds together. Mixing seeds is a wonderful way to create a custom blend of flavors, the only thing you have to take into account is to find seeds with similar sprouting times. Alfalfa,… Read more