the raw ingredient: organic sweet brown rice
These took about two days to grow sprouts that are about as long as the original grain. This was the highlight of last night’s dinner. We keep uncooked sprouted rice in the fridge. It cooked super quick, in lightly salted water and paired nicely with scrambled egg, green beans and garlic. They tasted like part grain and part vegetable, because once it sprouts, it’s a plant, right?
This is rice like you’ve never experienced rice before! #sproutlife
This is our favorite sprout scripture describing the twofold purpose for which God invented sprouts:
1. To grow new plants
2. To eat
“For as the rain and the snow come down from heaven and do not return there but water the earth, making it bring forth and sprout, giving seed to the sower and bread to the eater,”
Isaiah 55:10 ESV
Thanks God, you’re awesome!
See my mung bean article for instructions on how to sprout your own grains.