SPROUT WITH ALFALFA SEEDS
Alfalfa seeds are most commonly used in sprouting. Sprouting enhances the absorption of the nutrients in the alfalfa seeds, and they’re a delicious addition to salads and sandwiches. Alfalfa seeds are great in Asian style sauces and rice dishes, spicy soups and bread doughs.
HOW TO SOAK ALFALFA SEEDS
Soak 2-3 tablespoons of seeds in 2-3 dl of water, preferably in a glass jar, at room temperature for approximately seven hours. Rinse the seeds after soaking.
Sprout the seeds for five days and rinse them twice a day. Sprouted alfalfa seeds stay good in the refrigerator for about six days.
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