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  • My flax seeds sprouted

    I took everyone's advice (sort of), and tried soaking my flax seeds overnight before making my whole grain bread. Then I caught a bug and was out of it for a day or two. When I came back to it, my flax seeds had sprouted.

    I wonder if I can do anything with it.

    The good news is that the seeds must be pretty fresh; my source is Whole Foods.

    I'm back on my feet and baking again today.
    James
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    Re: My flax seeds sprouted

    Sprouts are full of micro nutrients...I say put em in anyway...
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      Re: My flax seeds sprouted

      My wife agrees.

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        Re: My flax seeds sprouted

        Sprouted seeds? In California? You're hip man...put them in a salad!

        (BTW....I don't soak flax seeds, just hit them with a grinder to break the seed before I eat them)
        sigpicTiempo para guzarlos..... ...enjoy every sandwich!

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        • #5
          Re: My flax seeds sprouted

          You could plant them, and make your own linen.
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          • #6
            Re: My flax seeds sprouted

            Hi James!

            I would definitely put the sprouts in.

            I don't think the world is ready for the

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            • #7
              Re: My flax seeds sprouted

              Sailboat sails. DD2 (dear daughter 2) is on tall mast sailboat in San Francisco Bay this weekend for a school field trip -- called Age of Sail. Weren't sailboat sails linen?

              Sadly, I also grew mold, so I'm going to have to try again.

              James
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              • #8
                Re: My flax seeds sprouted

                Ack!!! I am into fungi but not simple molds. While mold is technically a fungus what I deem edible fungi are...far tastier. Sprouted grain is a find Healthy Bread additive. Keep trying!
                Jay

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