Day: April 3, 2012
I just realized something horrible. Absolutely awful. Here it comes.
I missed out on Ben&Jerry’s Free Ice Cream Day!!
Noooo how could this happen?!
I like ice cream. I LooOvE ice cream plus I’m actually feeling really snack’ish. Okay I pretty much always have room for anything delicious but seriously, ice cream!
This is pooping me out a bit.. And I was so excited about my sprouts. Sprouts?! I would sacrifice my sprouts for ice cream any day (sorry, sprouts).
Well, at least now I have my priorities for tomorrow figured out; I’m getting ice cream!
Oh I just realized something else – they actually didn’t do it around here. I guess that should make me feel better but somehow it just doesn’t.
Still getting ice cream tomorrow!
When I returned from my Indian adventure a few weeks back, my roommate had started sprouting. Chick peas, lentils, beans – you name it, she had sprouted it.
I decided to give it a try as well and it is awesome. This is like superfood healthy snack stuff – and it is actually really easy.
Another bonus is that watching anything grow is such a life affirming thing – and what better than spending spring growing stuff.
Dada da da da dada da da da da – yes, it is the food channel jingle.
Today we are sprouting red beans – and let me tell you, you are going to love them.
- First you soak the beans in plenty of water for a day. Here it is a good rule of thumb to only sprout what you expect to eat in a few days. Better to sprout often than sprout large is what I say – or actually my roommate said that.
- You now spread out the beans on a plate or something similar and put them somewhere conveniently out-of-the-way.
- Every day you rinse the beans so they don’t dry out.
- Within 2-3 days the beans will have sprouted and you can start using them for and in anything imaginable.