Green lentils are rich in antioxidants, iron, and magnesium. They work particularly well over salads and as a warm side, because of their peppery taste. They have the same grey-green color, and are known for having the best texture and flavor of all lentil varieties.
Sprouting green lentil seeds is easy and healthy. This nutritious food is rich in fiber, protein, and high in potassium as well as folic acid. You can sprinkle it over salads. It can also be cooked and enjoyed in many different ways. Here are some ways to enjoy sprouted lentils.
It is recommended for those with heart disease, low resistance, low immunity system, poor skin, and hair and diabetes. They protect the brain from strokes, Alzheimer's, Parkinsons and other diseases. To sprout green lentils, simply soak them in water and place them in a warm, dry place. Alternatively, crush the seed pods and store them in jars for future use. They can be used as a snack or even made into a homemade salad.
Before you plant green lentil seeds, ensure they are germinated. This helps to prevent contamination. Before planting, rinse and dry them thoroughly. The sprouted variety will contain no phytic acid. It will also produce nitrogen fixing nodules that will aid your lentils to absorb the soil's nitrogen. You can store lentils in jars for later use. It's easy to do and you'll love its flavor and nutrition.
Make sure to thoroughly clean your green lentil seeds before you start sprouting them.
Once sprouted, green lentil seeds are an important source of protein, iron, calcium, and other nutrients. They're easily digested and can be consumed right after they germinated. A single handful of sprouted legumes has approximately 4g protein. It can also help you lose weight and improve your blood sugar levels. These are just a few of the reasons to plant them in your garden. They are delicious and nutritious, and they are very affordable.