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The first DIY is on sprouting chickpeas. Sprouts are great for a nutritious snack. When making your sprouts make sure that they do not start to smell sour.
That means that your batch isn’t good to eat. Sprouts do not need to be grown in a sunny spot. Make sure to rinse your sprouts a few times a day and refrigerate them before eating.
For a full tutorial watch our YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MqRRwOMWP5Q
- Gather supplies: dry chickpeas, paper towel, rubber band, glass jar
- Pour chickpeas into the jar and fill the jar with water less than halfway
- Let the chickpeas soak for 10-24 hours
- Drain the water
- Rinse the chickpeas and replace the moist paper towel every 12 hours
- Watch the sprouts form
- Refrigerate and enjoy!
Never Buy Scallions Again
This simple DIY will get you to never buy scallions at the grocery store again. These onions grow quickly when rooted in water. Leave the ends in a jar of water in a sunny spot or under a grow light and you’re all set. The scallions will grow back in just a few days.
For a full tutorial watch our YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2IpXU_8DD8
- Chop the white bottoms off the scallions
- Place them in a jar of water
- Place the jar in sunny spot or under a grow light
- Replace the water every few days
- Scallions will regrow quickly
- Chop them up and enjoy!
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