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The seeds are soaked overnight in water, then simply rinsed twice a day under a running tap. The jar is inverted between rinsings to allow thorough drainage. In a few days the jar will be full of fresh, clean, nutrient-rich sprouts which you can add to salads, sandwiches or stirfries.
Growing sprouts in a jar is one of the best ways to thoroughly rinse away the growth inhibitors and seed casings on sprouting seeds. It also washes away any mould spores to help your sprout crop stay healthy and fresh. Simply hold the jar under a running tap, or if you prefer you can use filtered or distilled water to rinse your sprouts. The higher you hold the water jug while pouring the water into the mesh top, the more force is applied to the flow of water. The force of the water swirls the seeds around and loosens the seed casings.
Some finer sprouts - like alfalfa, clover and broccoli - are eaten after they have grown the first pair of green leaves. These oval glass sprouting jars allow more light into the centre of the jars, so more chlorophyll can develop in the leaves of these sprouts. In round sprouting jars light doesn't always reach the sprouts growing in the centre of the jar, so you end up with a bigger proportion of sprouts with yellow leaves.
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