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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Sprouting Grains Day 3.5

Yay and hooray! The day has arrived! Time to dry these little sprouts so they will soon turn into something super tasty! Spread sprouted grains on a cookie sheet and place in a warm oven (lowest temp possible) all day. Visit periodically to stir and ensure even drying. It is likely you will need to continue the process for awhile-- by checking in frequently, you will know when they are done! 

Alternately, put grains in a dehydrator for 24 hours. I have a Nesco dehydrator that I got on sale for $40 this time of year three years back. It has been wonderful and we have used it a TON! On the downside it is plastic, but on the upside we could afford it. :) And it was made in the USA. I dehydrated my grains for 24 hours on the lowest setting. After that much time elapsed, they were more than done, even though I didn't stir them once. Very convenient. 

However you dehydrate your grains, allow them to rest until they come to room temperature. Then transfer them to airtight containers in the refrigerator. T

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