How to grow sprouts
Large jar with a canning type lid ring. You can cut out a plastic lid to resemble a canning lid ring.
Piece of nylon screen
Soak approximately 1T-2 T of seeds overnight in the sprouting jar with 1 cup of water. Drain the sprouts in the morning and leave the jars upside down in the drain board at all times after soaking. The sprouts should be grown in a dark or semi dark room. Rinse the sprouts morning and evening. In about 5 days they should be done. Place the sprouts in a large bowl and fill the bowl with water. The husks should float to the top and the seed that did not sprout should sink to the bottom. Clear off the husks by brushing them to one side and scooping them out of the bowl. Then lift the sprouts out of the bowl and place them in a drainer to drain, then set them in a bright window. Leave them in the window for about 4 hrs. or until the leaves turn green. Keep them in a covered container in the fridge. Rinse them every 4-5 days and they will keep 2-3 weeks.
Use them in sandwiches and salads.