The most common sprouted grains we consume are: sprouted buckwheat, sprouted brown rice, sprouted maize, and sprouted barley.
The most common sprouted seeds include: alfalfa, coriander, pumpkin seeds, and muskmelon seeds.
Take a few minutes to read about the health benefits of both types of sprouted foods and see if any can be beneficial to add to your daily diet!
There is no official definition of sprouted grains, but they are essentially just whole grains that are stopped in the middle of their growing process. They are placed into products such as bread or cereal after they have sprouted, but before they become an actual plant. Continue reading