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Date Posted: 17:20:06 04/29/07 Sun
Author: Cricket
Subject: Sprouting
In reply to: stan 's message, "alfalfa sprouts are excellent" on 15:54:38 04/29/07 Sun

brings me to another question; getting grains and legumes that are good to sprout. I opened up a can of wheat that I had dry packed 12 years ago; it is the last case of wheat I have, and it was still good...just had the oxy absorber pack. I blended what I had ground with the organic white flour I had...good stuff. I have been baking
bread a couple times a month but can do more. I use apple juice instead of sugar to proof the yeast and want to use sprouts not only in salads, but in baking bread.

Any ideas?

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