Posted on March 6, 2023March 6, 2023 by Information SeekersThe easiest food to grow at home (Sprouts) For the full video breakdown and more money saving recipes – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAuHerZRl1s&t=3s
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every time I try they mold…
I was wondering what to do to my red lentils for a while
this seems like something josh would do
So what sprouts won't smell like death when you go to eat them lol? I did Bean sprouts and Broccoli sprouts, and both smelled horrifying lol definitely, the Broccoli sprouts smelled worse though
I just ordered a grower and some seeds a couple of days ago, and can’t wait to start cultivating and using the sprouts!!!
Where did you get the container… TY ❤️
There is an issue of harmful bacteria growing. Please research this.
Three days is enough.
As a Final Fantasy 14 player i agree.
i know most wont get it but i still had a chuckle
Can you do a quick video on how you get those thick mung bean sprouts that they serve at pho restaurants? Preferably in a mason jar, if possible.
I've read that you can get e-coli or salmonella, did anyone encountered this or is just fear mongering?
Be careful to check the sprouts for mold!
hey mike it would be awesome to get a video on your gardening experience to date. Maybe some easy and recommended fruits/veg to grow at home, some best practices, your learnings in general, etc
Please make sure to sanitize everything involved in this process. There’s a reason sprouts get recalled at an alarming rate. That moist environment is heaven to all sorts of funky bacteria that can hurt you.
Dang … I never thought about the dried lentils in my cupboard !!! Hopefully once sprouted it changes my sensitivities
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