Sprouting Wheat Berries

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  1. Thoroughly wash 1/3 cup Bob's Red Mill wheat berries. Place berries in a bowl and cover with enough water (about 1") for grain to swell; cover. Let stand overnight in a cool place. Drain and rinse berries.



    Wash three 1 quart jars; place about 1/4 cup of the soaked grain in each jar. Cover tops of jars with two layers of cheesecloth or nylon netting. Fasten the cheesecloth on each jar with two rubber bands or a screw top canning jar lid band.

    Place the jars on their sides in a warm dark place (68 degrees-75 degrees F). Once a day, rinse the sprouts by pouring lukewarm water into the jars. Swirl to moisten all the grain kernels, then pour off the water. In three or four days, the grain should sprout.



    Once grains have sprouted, keep refrigerated till serving time. Serve in salads, sandwiches, soups, or breads.





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