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How to Sprout Broccoli, Sprouting - Di Cicco seeds

How to Sprout Broccoli, Sprouting - Di Cicco seeds

Add 2 tablespoons of broccoli sprouting seeds to a wide mouthed quart jar.

Cover with a few inches of filtered water and cap with the sprouting lid.

Store in a warm, dark place overnight.

I use my pantry for this.

The next morning, drain the liquid off and rinse with fresh water. Be sure to drain all the water off.

Repeat this 3-4 times a day. Continue to store your seeds in a warm, dark place. After a few days, the seeds will start to break open and grow. The biology major in me is absolutely enamored with this process!

Eventually, the sprouts will be an inch or so long and have yellow leaves. Now you can move the sprouts out into the sunlight.

Continue to rinse them 3-4 times a day until the leaves are dark green. Now they are ready to eat!

This whole process will take about a week. Patience, patience, patience!

Once they are ready, replace the sprouting lid with a standard Mason jar lid and store inthe refrigerator.

Serve on top of salads, stirred into soups, or however strikes your fancy.

DID YOU KNOW?  Broccoli sprouts are 10x – 100 x higher in some cancer fighting compounds than the actual mature vegetable!

Arlene Wright-Correll

Home Farm Herbery LLC

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About the Author & Artist. Arlene Wright-Correll (1935- ___), Spent most of her adult life as a mother and an International real estate broker and is now popular American award winning Artist, published author, columnist, & is the resident art instructor for Avalon Stained Glass School, at the age of 68, decided to pick up her paint brushes again after 54 years and paint.  She is a cancer and stroke survivor who is able to strive forward each and everyday to welcome the beauty of this small planet.  She also is a China & Porcelain painter, Sandblasting & Etching, Stained Glass & fused glass Artisan. She is one of the six KY Artists who worked 6 months to create the dolls for Journey Jots in 2006 and a Smithsonian Institute art exhibit in 2008. Her published books can be found here . She is also a featured writer for and teaches Art Vacation Holidays at Avalon Stained Glass School and Creativity Center. She currently grows many herbs, flowers and vegetables at Home Farm Herbery and has created almost 400 seasoning, teas and preserves heirloom seeds all of which she sells and gives 100% of her proceeds to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

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