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Oh my... this was so much fun! I had never thought of "sprouting" rice before. In the photos above, I took daily pics of the rice at various stages. First was the initial placing (in the Ball jar), then the 12 hour rinse (in the strainer), and then last, but not least... the final outcome!!! I did rinse and re-soak (3 times per day after the initial first 12 hours), and it took approx. 2 full days for them to reach full "sprout-age". Maybe I should have stopped them when they had just little nubs (1 1/2 days)... but we shall see. Thanks for the fun time, Sharon. (Made for PRMR) P.S. I'm planning to dry the rice out for a few days (as suggested), and then use it to make my Chicken & Sausage: Justin Wilson Style... I feel healthier already. :)

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rosie316 May 13, 2014
How to Sprout Brown Rice