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how to sprout using a nut milk bag
we finally got some videos up. this is the HOW TO WASH YOUR BAG when you first get it and each time you use it video. :-)
OK, I sprouted some seeds and legumes, now what do I do?
Process the parsnips in the food processor and transfer to bowl. Toss remaining ingredients and then set aside. *Sprout the sunflower seeds until they have tails about 3/4 of an inch long - at this point they are not green but they resemble a thick “rice” - they are sweet and delicious. The processed parsnips resemble a rice as well.
Blend and pour over ingredients above. Stir and let sit for 1-2 hours. Makes about 5 cups. Serving size is 1 cup. These flavors are amazing together!
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