1. Whole grains and seeds are soaked in water and allowed to germinate long enough to sprout
  2. The bran layer will split open as a sprout emerges
  3. The sprouted grain stage is the period in germination before the seed turns into a plant

Mother Nature designed a simple layer to every grain and seed that protects them until they’re ready to grow. Give them the right amount of moisture, and they shed that layer and become supercharged with the energy and nutrition they need grow into a full plant. By sprouting seeds before we eat them, we can access this amazing nutrition and give our products a slightly nutty flavor.

Still intrigued? Good answer. Read FoodWorld News’ 9 Benefits of Sprouted Grains.

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