I’ve been doing this for about 6 months or so now. I just do it in old peanut-butter jars with a rubber band and piece of cloth on top. It’s easy to do in my backpack, even as I travel, and really makes for way better salads. Kind of hard to do when I’m in a hot climate, though, I don’t always remember to rinse often enough. I’m always on the lookout for new things to sprout, though. I recently did quinoa, it was good but not quite worth the effort.
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