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how to sprout using a nut milk bag
I can SPROUT with these things, too?
Yes, you can! Here’s how:

Fill the bag about a quarter of the way with the grain or seed. Let it soak overnight in a jar or bowl (still in the bag.) In the morning, lift the bag out of the water and rinse. Let it hang on a hook - my friend had the great idea of putting a bar with hooks over her sink to let the sprout bag drain right into the sink. If you don’t have the nifty hooks over your sink, then hang the bag on a cupboard pull with a bowl underneath to catch the water that drips. Rinse your sprouts 2 or 3 times per day & then eat when ready. Sprouting times vary for whatever grain, legume or seed you are sprouting.

These bags provide good air circulation which is what those little sprouts love. With several bags in use, you can have a full sprouting operation going! You can make several types of sprouts for several uses: rejuvelac, salads, pates, porridges, etc. Sprouts truly are living food and living food heals & regenerates a living body!



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. :-)


how to make nut milk and keep your bags lasting a long long time. :-)



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OK, I sprouted some seeds and legumes, now what do I do?
Linda’s Favorite Sprout Recipe!
• 1 cup parsnips
• 1 cup sunflower sprouts*
• 1/2 cup sprouted lentils
• 1 cup broccoli floweretts
• 3 green onions, chopped

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.

Marinade:
• 3/4 cup water
• 1 tsp sea salt
• 2 T flax oil
• 2 T agave
• 1/2 cup pineapple
• 3 cloves garlic
• pinch of cayenne

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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Below are our handy-dandy nut milk bags...

hemp
rectangle
$12.00
9 x 12 nut milk bag sprouting bag
hemp
v-shape
$12.00
tapered nut milk bag sprouting bag
hemp
square
$14.00
12 x 12 nut milk bag sprouting bag

nylon
rectangle
$7.50
9 x 12 nut milk bag sprouting bag
nylon
v-shape
$7.50
tapered nut milk bag sprouting bag
nylon
square
$8.50
12 x 12 nut milk bag sprouting bag

Check out our reusable hemp tea bags too!


an interview! (oct 2010) (incredible smoothies peeps!)



a lil raw food world interview (aug 2009)

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