How to Grow Sprouts in a Mason Jar in your home

Growing sprouts in your kitchen

Growing sprouts in your kitchen could be one of the best things you can start doing today. Growing sprouts in your home can add a healthy greens to everyday meals. Sprouts are contain high levels of folate, magnesium, phosphorus, and vitamin K. In fact, they have higher amounts of these nutrients than fully-grown versions of the same plants.

What type of seeds should I sprout?

12 types of seeds you can sprout

  1. Organic Alfalfa
  2. Organic Radish
  3. Organic Clover
  4. Organic Green Lentils
  5. Organic Mung Bean
  6. Organic Garbanzo Beans
  7. Organic Green Pea
  8. Organic Bean Salad Mix (Adzuki, Lentil, Mung, and Radish)
  9. Organic Protein Powerhouse Mix (Garbanzo, Green Pea, Adzuki and Mung beans)
  10. Organic Crunchy Lentil Fest (Green, Red & French Lentils)
  11. Organic 3 Part Salad Mix (Alfalfa, Radish, Broccoli)
  12. Organic 5 Part Salad Mix (Alfalfa, Radish, Broccoli, Mung & Lentil)

How can I grow sprouts at home?

6 steps to growing sprouts at home

  1. Soak Sprout Seeds Overnight in a mason jar
  2. Drain and Rinse Seeds in the morning
  3. Continue Rinsing and Draining two times each day for 3 days
  4. Store Sprouts
  5. Eat Sprouts on sandwiches, soups and salads.
  6. Eat healthy

What do I need to grow sprouts?

I use sprouting mason jars with Masontops Bean Screen Plastic Mason Jar Sprouting Lids on Amazon.

Growing sprouts in a Mason jar is an easy and fun way to have fresh sprouts for salads, sandwiches, and other dishes right in your home. Here are some steps to help you grow sprouts in a Mason jar:

  1. Choose the Sprouts: Choose the type of sprouts you want to grow, such as alfalfa, broccoli, or mung beans. Make sure to choose seeds that are specifically meant for sprouting.
  2. Soak the Seeds: Place 1-2 tablespoons of seeds in a Mason jar and cover them with water. Let the seeds soak for 6-12 hours or overnight.
  3. Drain and Rinse the Seeds: Drain the water from the Mason jar using a fine mesh strainer. Rinse the seeds with fresh water and drain again.
  4. Repeat the Rinsing Process: Rinse the seeds twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening, for 3-7 days. Make sure to drain the water completely after each rinse to prevent mold growth.
  5. Allow the Sprouts to Grow: After a few days, you will start to see the sprouts growing. Keep the Mason jar in a cool and dark place away from direct sunlight.
  6. Harvest the Sprouts: Once the sprouts have grown to the desired size, you can harvest them. Rinse the sprouts one last time and drain the water completely. Store the sprouts in a covered container in the refrigerator for up to one week.

Growing sprouts in a Mason jar is a fun and easy way to have fresh sprouts for your meals. With a little patience and care, you can grow delicious and nutritious sprouts right in your home.

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Is it hard to grow sprouts?

Sprouts are very easy to grow in your own kitchen. It only takes up the space of a mason jar. Add seeds to the jar cover the the seeds with filtered water and let soak over night. Drain in the morning and rinse and drain two times a day for 3 to 4 days. Now you have a fresh health greens to add to your meals.

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