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Published on Nov 30, 2009
Sprouting Grains is one of the easiest things in the world of sprouts. In this video we show you how to grow wheat sprouts, but you can sprout any big grain (barley, kamut, oats, rye, spelt, triticale or our grain mix; Amber Waves of Grain) with these instructions. Grain sprouts are so fast and easy that we're including directions for sprouting in both a Mason Jar and an Easy Sprout Sprouter in this one video. You can munch on sprouted grains as a snack. They're very sweet. They also lend themselves to bread making - of course. One last note: If you want to eat or bake with sprouted oats or barley sprouts - be sure you start with HULLESS seed. A hulless grain grows without a hull. A grain that has been hulled (had its hull removed) can be damaged in the process and many will not sprout. Wheat, Rye, Triticale and Kamut all stand the hulling process well. Spelt comes through hulling once in a while, but oats and barley never do. For that reason you need to start with a seed/grain (same thing) which never had a hull. Hulless. Happy Sprouting!