Alfalfa sprouts are fun, easy to grow

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I grow mung bean sprouts in a jar. (You can get the seeds at Carol’s Oriental Foods.) Instead of a lid, I cover the opening with cheesecloth to let air in and keep them from falling out when you pour out the rinse water.  Once or twice over the five-day growing period, a little peroxide in the rinse water discourages bacteria and mold.



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