Food — Tags: — By Crust on February 28, 2009

I’ve been growing my own sprouts at home.

seeds soaking

seeds soaking


You just soak the seeds for a few hours and then drain them and put the jar on your window sill. Rinse them at least once a day. I use the really mature sprouts as micro greens when I cook at home. It makes me feel like I’m gardening in the winter.


  1. nicole says:

    how come all the seeds look so different? is this a hoax? are you really just soaking red river cereal?

  2. crust says:

    hahaha! no, it is some sprouting seeds I bought at granville island. It is called spicy mix. It tastes very peppery. I love red river cereal.

  3. Jam says:

    Hey Christie! I love the sprouts, I really wanted to do that last winter, but never got around to it. I wonder if I could find seeds here! We just bought some new herbs to have around the place, mint, and lemon balm, I’m not really sure what to do with lemon balm, but it smells fantastic. I really enjoy reading your blog, it’s funny, and informative. Tell that boyfriend of yours that he still owes me money!


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