The addition of sprouted seeds adds a lovely crunch and vitality to salads,sandwiches and stir-fried vegetables.
The process is simple but it requires daily attention and the equipment needed can be simple or complex but lets start simply.
For a visual representation this video provides a good introduction to sprouting.
My little jar was a present from a neighbour but it works well and delivers a small amount of sprouts to try the principle out. Little sprout jars and seeds can be obtained in the UK from https://www.livingfood.co.uk.
When your sprouts are ready to eat they will keep in the fridge for about 3 days thus a continuous small supply can be achieved with 2 jars on a windowsill. Sprouts contain all the energy a seed would have needed to blossom and eating sprouts gives us the opportunity to harness all that goodness. Sprouted seeds can be bought at a wholefood store in bags ready made but growing your own is much more economical. Why not try it as an addition to your salad supply.
Sprouting makes indoor gardening a reality providing valuable nutrients when we most need it.