Millet Sprouting Seed grows little green blades of grass that start to show after 5 days.
Millet is another non-gelatinous grain and an excellent sprouter as long as you are using the right kind of millet seeds. Sprouting grade millet comes with a shiny shell on it. It is the form of millet used in bird seed. The shell is removed for cooking, otherwise your millet would taste a little like eating peanuts without removing the shell. Therefore, none of the millet you can buy in a health food store will sprout. Millet is gluten-free in both the sprouted and unsprouted forms.
Growing Millet Sprouting Seed
Best Sprouter: Hemp Sprout Bag.
Ready in 5-7 days.
Seed Storage & Viability: Up to 2 years when stored in a glass jar in a cool, dark place. Refrigerate or freeze in a sealed freezer bag to extend storage life.
Millet Sprouting Seed grows little green blades of grass that start to show after 5 days. The grass is juicy and delicious but sprouting millet has a light shell on it. That’s what makes it sprouting grade seed. Cooking grade millet is a poor germinator. This is the form of millet that is a popular food for birds.
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