my flax seeds sprouted nicely
A year or so ago, it was on my to do list to get a terra cotta pot and do somethin' with it, it's been so long I can't remember what I was suppose to accomplish. :) The pot never got bought because there was some question as to what I was suppose to even buy. So many things trip us up on the way to getting where we want to be! And then I was suppose to do something to the pot. That flax seed sprouting pot method is on a website called the wheatgrass habit if anyone's interested. But that is if you want to sprout all(strait) flax seeds. I found out an easier method is to just mix them in with alfalfa or clover or now I'm mixing them with a mixture of buckwheat and sunflower greens. Those take longer to sprout(I think)so I'm throwing in the flax after the buckwheat and sunflower have sprouted a few days. I need to look up how long you want to sprout flax for.
Now, does anybody know the difference in the flax sprout and the flax seed? I just read on another thread we need to grind the seeds to absorb more of the omega 6. I just wanted to say mixing the flax seeds in with other seeds keeps in from getting that mucogelinous, I know I didn't spell that right, but it doesn't get that sack of water around it and it sprouts so easily. Tastes good too!
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