Hello, dear readers !
Well, of course, I'm always trying new things and when I found the "just one cookbook" website, I was left drooling. She is fantastic.
One of her recipes I wanted to try uses mung bean sprouts.
Went to the store and found one package of sprouts that was left for the day old bin. Soooo anyway I bought the bag and made her bean sprout affair. I didn't have the hotter spices called for, but had the rest of the ingredients. Fixed the sprouts, stirred into the mix and popped it into the fridge.
Later, I went to give it a taste test.......
OMG! I loved it!!!!
I loved it so much I ate the whole thing!!!!
So what to do?
This is where my eldest daughter comes in! Thank you, Susan!
A while ago I talked to my daughter about growing sprouts. And she sent me "Easy Sprout."
At that time I had no clue what growing beans and seeds was about.
Until I found the mung bean sprout recipe.
So I began looking for places that sold "mung" beans (sprout-able). I found the cutest website that sells all kinds of beans and seeds and also had a sprout system the same as the one my daughter gave me. Well, you know I just had to buy another one, right?
My package arrived today from "sproutpeople.com"
This site is chock full of information, as well as a being so humorous, you'll have to see it for yourself.
So, now this is my new "toy" and it will take me a while to learn all about growing, washing, rinsing, etc. But I'm determined that my next mung bean sprout salad will be "fresh" and home grown.
Will keep you posted...