Video:Quick Tip: How to Sprout Grainswith Maria Saracen
Wheat, rye, barley and other grains are easy to sprout at home. Watch this About.com video to learn how, with a little bit time and water, you can sprout grains.See Transcript
Transcript:Quick Tip: How to Sprout Grains
Hi I’m Maria Saracen from ArtfullyNourished.com and in this video for About.com I’m going to show you how to sprout grains like barley, wheat and rye.
Rinse and Soak the Grains
It’s extremely easy to do and the first step in the process is to rinse the grain well in a colander. Next, put it in a bowl with about 3 times as much water and leave it to soak for 8 -10 hours or overnight.
Once that’s done, give it another good rinse and if you like, you can end the process here.
Let Grains Sit to Sprout Further
However, if you want to sprout the grain further, you can leave it in the colander or you can put it back into the bowl. This time, you won’t add any water. Let it sit and then rinse it every 8 hours or so.
Once the grain has sprouted to your liking, give it one last good rinse and let it drain well. It’s now ready to be used. Enjoy!
Thanks so much for watching. To more information about grains please visit About.com