Do you eat sprouts? I get excited about growing sprouts, because over the space of a week you can make little baby plants! The greater thing is the amazing increase of nutrients happening. When a seed is eaten, it’s full of good stuff. But allowing that seed to sprout a little plant from it over a few days, the nutritional content increases so dramatically that I sometimes have trouble believing the data. Although perhaps that is because I don’t properly understand how it happens.
This is a small table from Wiki (I know, the worst source ever but I’m lazy today) and you can see how the nutrient content compares between a raw and sprouted bean.
But onto food stories.
This was a delicious curry, and I served it with saffron rice and chopped spinach, beansprouts and lashings of coriander. This picture looks like a colour wheel made of piles of yummy. This serve is very large, but it’s mostly mushroom and salad, so it’s up to you how much you make. Remember that mushrooms are magical and shrink a lot when cooked.