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Sprouting in the refrigerator?
Posted by: tariqa ()
Date: March 13, 2014 06:43PM

When soaking or sprouting for a person who may regularly be gone out the house for more than 24 hours, what is a good method for soaking and sprouting?

Can foods be soaked in the refrigerator? If so for how long? What is the correct method for soaking and sprouting in the fridge?

I was thinking that if out of time, foods can be temporarily stored in the fridge and taken back out at room temperature to continue soaking or sprouting.
Just an untested theory.

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Re: Sprouting in the refrigerator?
Posted by: vermontnl ()
Date: March 22, 2014 10:32PM

Yes, but cold temperature slows the process tremendously. Seeds need to soak and sprout at different rates. Test your theory. I learn alot by experimenting.

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Re: Sprouting in the refrigerator?
Posted by: banana who ()
Date: March 26, 2014 09:43PM

Funny story. My fridge was seriously crowded and needed major cleaning. I found an old head of cabbage at the bottom and I couldn't believe it--it was sprouting leaves! I had never seen such a thing and wondered how it was possible in the fridge. But then I thought about how I had been a part o fa community garden and during the winter was still picking kale. That plant family likes cool temps. smiling smiley

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Re: Sprouting in the refrigerator?
Posted by: kiran ()
Date: April 14, 2014 11:03PM

Hi
I soaked chick peas for 1 day and after that i throw the water out.keep those chick peas in my fridge foe 6 days,now they sprout out.Can I cook them and is it good to be cooked and eat..thanks

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