About a month ago, I watched Atomic Shrimp's video on "bio snacky", that's basically a jar with mesh on it for sprouting beans (Video here: https://youtu.be/30CIZyAIsFk ) and decided to try myself.
I didn't have any mung beans so I used lentils. It went really well, and pretty much all sprouted. Ate them in a salad, just tasted like bean sprouts.
Before I ate them, I transferred a few to some seeding pots, and they're growing really well.
Not sure what a lentil plant looks like or if they will survive the Dutch climate, but will be fun to find out.
My other seeds seem to be non-starters. I think they got too hot, as I had them in a greenhouse made from a storage crate, and it was unusually hot weather.
Thought I would try sprouting the remaining broccoli and rocket seeds in the same way as the lentils, see how it goes.
@george_ I've done this with broccoli in the past and had great results, you may need a finer mesh though.
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