101 Ways to use Sprouts

Discussion in 'Vegetarian' started by DancerAnnie, Apr 10, 2007.

  1. DancerAnnie

    DancerAnnie Resident Beach Bum

    LOL I wish...

    Let's collaborate a list!

    I sprouted some seeds and my "friend" was supposed to take some back home to California with him...but he didn't, so now I'm left with a ton of bean sprouts and I don't know what to do with them other than:

    Stir frys and Sandwiches...

    I also gave a bunch away...

    List away!
  2. Weve sprouted some seeds too! In one of those special rowing kits. We have allsorts, alfalfa and mung beans and all kinds of other beans and cress...we havent thought of anything to do with them other than salads and sandwiches really though. Ill have to have a think!
  3. LuckyStripe

    LuckyStripe Mundane.

    Veggie pizza

  4. on hummus with pita chips... yum
  5. shaina

    shaina No War Know Peace

    they're good in soup they make it kinda crunchy
    veggie wraps
  6. Boogabaah

    Boogabaah I am not here

    veggie sushi
  7. TreePhiend

    TreePhiend Member

    I always use sprouts (mostly alfalfa and raddish) instead of lettice on sandwhiches because I can never go thorugh a whole head without it going to waste. Plus if you grow your own sprouts they are super cheap. Plus I just like to have food growing in my kitchen.

    I really like them with a bagel with tofuti cream cheese, thinnly sliced red onions and capers. I put bean sprouts into miso soup type things I make too. But yeah, veg sushi sounds awsome with sprouts. I'm gonna have to try one of these days.
  8. Willy_Wonka_27

    Willy_Wonka_27 Surrender to the Flow

    i use broccoli sprouts as a noodle replacement in soup.
  9. sweetdreadlover

    sweetdreadlover TattooedRainbowGurl

    bean sprout and spinach wraps with raspberry vinagerette
    2 tortilla wraps
    1/2 pound bean sprouts
    1/2 pound spinach-fresh
    1 1/2 cup fresh raspberries
    3/4 cup sweetened rice milk

    in blender mix raspberries and rice milk until pureed. put sprouts and spinach on wrap, drizzle in vinagerette:):)...yummmyyy
  10. claireloise

    claireloise random hippie

    wholemeal bread with hummus and sprouted lentils on top, sooo good.
  11. Avocado Noni

    Avocado Noni Member

    If you have a real abundance of sprouts, a great thing to do is actually just juice them all. You can get a whole tray full of sprout nutrition that would be impossible to eat whole in a couple shots of juice that's soooo rejuvenating and good for you, and it's actually bioavailable and more potent that way.

    Sprouts are one of the most enzymatic foods in nature, more than almost anything else basically. For rejuvenation power, sprouts are definatley a very healing food.

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