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Joshua Tree National Park April 2017

Hello friends!

We finally got out to experience Joshua Tree, located in Southern California. It was beautiful and we plan on returning one day for sure. This trip has been on our list for some time now, and we’ve heard that spring time down in Joshua Tree is the ideal time to visit because the  flowers would be bloomed and the heat would not be as scorching since it is basically a desert climate. We camped at the first campsite as you enter the park Black Rock Campground it was called – this campsite was amazing it had potable water and running water in the sinks and toilets, which is kind of crazy for camping in our opinion, quite luxurious. But nonetheless it was a nice change from the campgrounds we frequent.

A very clean camp, and located near some awesome trails. We stayed for 1 day and 1 night, which was surprisingly enough time for us. There was an abundance of life from road runners, quails, to all different species of lizards and even an infamous desert tortoise that we could not find for the life of us. Various species of plants we’ve never seen before and unique terrain. We set up camp, hiked for a few hours and then came back and had dinner. The park is massive and filled to the brim with Joshua Trees at every turn. Joshua Tree is known for its unique huge rock and bolder formations as well as the Joshua Trees themselves. Unfortunately our campsite was not located close to these formations. But it was just a short 15 minute drive deeper into the park to Indian Cove Campground – to see a drastic change in landscapes.

We would definitely recommend Black Rock Campground if it is your first time visiting the park, for it offers many trails to hike and beautiful well maintain grounds. All campsites get booked up quickly, so we would recommend looking into reservations months in advance. Although once you go deeper into the park they do offer first come first serve campgrounds one of the most popular camps is Indian cove, and people love to visit camp and go rock climb, though you would have to bring your own drinking water since there is no running water that deep into the park. Next time we visit we would want to stay closer to the rock formations further away from city lights to get an amazing view of the stars.

 

Hope you all can enjoy the photos we were able to capture.

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Sibling Fun!

 

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Until Next time friends 🙂

Snack of the Month April 2017

Hello Friends!

PB and J, two ways!

This is a new series we wanted to introduce to our blog, We will keep them short and sweet. Normally when we snack we try to keep the snacks quick, simple and easy to put together.

To kick off this series our snack of choice for the month of April 2017 was Peanut Butter and Strawberry jam on toast. A classic kids snack with a spin.

Start off by toasting your bread of choice, we’ve been loving this Ezekiel bread (we have the Low sodium version) This bread can be found in your local grocery stores in the freezer section. We love this sprouted grain bread, it really has been a game changer for us. We keep the bread in the freezer and when we want to enjoy a slice or two we heat it right up in the toaster. Honestly it may sound daunting to have to defrost the bread but it takes no time at all. We’ve even toasted some up on the stove top using a nonstick pan on medium heat. Since the bread has no preservatives (which is one of the things we love about it) leaving it in the freezer helps it keep longer.

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Some good bread.

Next choose your jam/conserve/preserve of choice, we picked up ours from whole foods it’s the 365 brand.

As for the peanut butter we went with the creamy version, Trader Joe’s also carries great options for both items.

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Once your bread is all nice and toasted just apply as much or as little of peanut butter and jelly to it and enjoy! We know it’s so simple and takes us back to our childhoods, we just took it and tried to make it a bit ‘healthier’.

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Tip – Second Option – PB and J Quesadilla style.

If you want something lower in carbs then you can grab yourself a low carb whole wheat tortilla and toast it up in a pan on the stove top and apply some peanut butter and jelly on one of each side, and enjoy this simple on the go PB &J.

(We ran out of the whole wheat tortillas that’s why there aren’t any photos of this version.)

We love PB and J sandwiches! Hope you all enjoyed this Snack of the Month Segment 🙂

Comment if you love PB AND J!

Instax Mini Photo Collage

Hello friends!

We are back with a great photo display/storage idea for you all. These days Polaroid cameras and film have been discontinued and have limited availability to us the consumer. Fuji Film has made a come up with its line of Instax Photography cameras. Many people we know have these little convenient cameras, they are widely available online at Amazon, Michael’s (craft stores), Target, Best Buy all carry these. We will link off to Fuji Films Website where you can see all the available cameras and their variations. We’ll also insert a picture for you all to see what ours looks like.

These photos make cute little mementos to keep or give to friends and family. We love them because they are one shot, and you can’t retake the photo over 50 times, and choose which one you like (Really you could if you were willing to waste some film) anyway for this reason is why we also love disposable cameras, because you never know what you’re gonna get until its developed. Now-a-days we find ourselves and others so caught up in how the picture will look for social media platforms, instead of just enjoying the moment with our friends, family and loved ones. Please go check them out if you are interested.

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Left to Right is the Mini film, Instax Camera, and photo.

We have had this Instax Mini 25 for about 3 years now, and we taken it with us on trips and events which means we have collected many snapshots.. honestly they started to become a bit too much to keep track of. Until, recently we were doing some spring cleaning we decided that we needed to do something about all of these pictures that were just lying around, we would literally find them in the most random places like our cars in our dresser drawers, kitchen counter ect. the list goes on and on..

Our solution was to create a collage of them and display it as one big picture. Which worked out really well. I mean we weren’t able to fit all of them into one frame, but we are certainly planning on buying more frames to frame as many as we can.

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We chose a frame bigger than our cat as you can see, and just arranged them into a format we liked.

This is super simple and easy, and you will get an awesome piece to hang anywhere you like in your home.

You will need a frame of your choice, photos, and tape.

First thing we did was find a frame so our go to spots were Marshalls, Tj Max, Target, Ross, and Homegoods we went searching for the right style of frame for us and found ours at Homegoods for about $12 usd which is not a bad deal for the size and style of frame we wanted. This frame had a picture of a flower in it, but we took it out and flipped it around to display a white background for us to arrange our photos. Once you have got the right placement down, you can move on to taping the photos onto the white background.

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TIP: Stick the tape onto your shirt or pants before folding it onto itself, this will take away some tackiness of the tape.

Then place the white background with the taped photos into the frame and close it up and pick your favorite spot to display the master piece.

Another tip that we like to do is label each photo whether it be with the date that the photo was taken or the people in it, or the occasion. We just like to know so that when we look back on it we can see where we were at during that year of our lives.

That was it guys, we know it’s so simple but wanted to share with you all in case you have some Instax mini photos that you just don’t know what to do with. This is a great affordable way to showcase some great memories. Please give this a try, and let us know if you did we would love to see pictures. Thanks for reading until next time! 🙂

Exploring Rockville Hills Regional Park

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Hello everyone! This is are 3rd installment of Local places we frequent. We want to talk to you about this very beautiful place that we have been visiting since we were little kids waddling around. Rockville is just what we call it but it’s called Rockville Hills Regional Park its a place that is used for all sorts from picnicking, hiking, mountain biking, scouts, fishing, to haunted hikes.

The park has 633 acres of dense forests, grasslands, oak woodlands, and two ponds. The trails here are always well-groomed and lots of diverse trails some will take you into awesome views of the area others will take you into denser parts with beautiful red-barked manzanita trees and some into open grassland areas with streams along the trail. The trails have lots of space for bikers and hikers to share and everybody is always friendly and willing.

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We’ve have had many good times here going on short hikes to long sweaty hikes. The spring time is always the best time to be here, but anytime of the year is good as well it’s just that during spring everything is nice and green the flowers are blooming and polliwogs fill the ponds edges.

There is a wide variety of creatures here birds, reptiles, small mammals. I love to just stroll through the park starting at all the small things moss growing on the rocks and logs, the ladybugs on plants, small lizards sunbathing on rocks, bees collecting nectar. As a child I can remember being excited during spring to go to the pond to see all the polliwogs, and you can see them in the different stages of life from tiny strings of eggs to dot sized tadpoles then to having two tiny legs sticking out of there body’s. Rockville will always be a favorite spot for me my family and friends if you ever happen to be in the area go in and explore bring your kids your friends you wont regret it . I hope you enjoy and make lots of wonderful memories like we have.

Rockville is a very popular place for moutain biking, they have many meets and events at the park. Also, many families take day trips with their little ones, on ‘Black Friday’ of last year we visited the park and it was great to see people with their entire families spending the day out in nature and not in the shopping malls. On other times we visit we see a lot of boy scouts and girl scouts who frequent the park all year. All in all, just a family friendly place that all ages can enjoy.

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Happy Exploring Dont Get Lost

Noodle Bowl Recipe (vegan)

Hello friends,

We are here again with a super quick and easy noodle recipe. Please keep reading for all ingredients and recipe. Raphy and I enjoy this for lunch or dinner. Yes this is a vegan recipe, and no we are not vegan so for my non-vegans please modify to your liking. We have had this with fish, shrimp and chicken and this recipe is great any way you change it up. So please try it out.

You will need the following:
  • Organic Millet brown rice ramen noodles
  • Fresh Basil (any fresh herbs you have)
  • Portobello Mushroom (any mushroom you like)
  • Avocado
  • Organic salad greens
For the dressing you will need:
  • 2 tsp – Soy sauce
  • 1 tsp – Toasted Sesame oil
  • 1/4 tsp – Hot chili oil (only if you want it spicy)
  • 1 1/2 tsp – Fresh squeezed Tangerine/ Orange juice or (citrus of choice)

First make the dressing, combine all ingredients in serving bowl of choice mix thoroughly.

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Boil noodles according to package instructions. Once noodles are cooked, drain and immediately (while still warm) add into bowl with the dressing. Mix well, until all noodles are coated.

Using the same pot as you boiled the noodles in, saute the mushrooms on medium heat with a splash of water (about 1 1/2- 2 tsp), and a pinch of salt (we use this method to cut down on oil.)  But if you don’t really care too much about that than add 1/4 tsp of olive oil with pinch of salt. We’ve made them both ways and agree they taste no different in our opinion.

When the mushrooms are done to your liking, before you add them to your noodles place the fresh basil on top of the noodles so when you add the warm sautéed mushrooms it will wilt the basil.

Next add half an avocado, and top it all off with some of your favorite fresh greens.

Lastly, mix it all up and enjoy with your favorite beverage.

Thank you all so much for reading, til next time! 🙂

 

Amazing Grass- Green super food

Amazing Grass – Green Super food Powder

Hello all!

We wanted to share something we’ve incorporated into our diets recently. If you are like us and find yourself struggling with including enough fruits and greens in your diet then this product may be something up your alley. We’ve been supplementing with this product for about a month and a half now, and wanted to share our personal opinion and experience with it. The reason we ordered this product was to ensure that we were in-taking enough fruits and vegetables and vitamins in our daily diet. For the most part we feel like it is hard for us to get in all of the daily nutrients the body needs.

This product is great for our lifestyle, it is simple and does not taste horrible (mind you we like the very green flavor it has) but we know it is not for everyone. We appreciate that this company makes their products Organic, Non-GMO, Vegan, and Kosher. They offer various flavors, (such as berry, lemon, and acai) but we just went for the tried and true original formula and flavor. You can click Here to the Amazing Grass website where you can see more information and flavors they have available. We bought ours through Amazon for faster shipping we also read many reviews and decided to give it a try. Since taking this supplement we’ve noticed that we both have a lot more energy throughout the day, and we don’t feel as groggy as the day progresses. We take this once a day in the morning in a smoothie. Below we will list the smoothie recipe we use, it can vary from day-to-day. But we will include things you can add if you are not fond of the distinct “green” taste it has. We think it is a great option for people like us who try their best to get in all their fruits and greens, but know that some days it just does not happen.

Ingredients for Green smoothie:
  • 1 – 1/2 cup – Water or coconut water (Soy, almond, coconut milk) or (freshly squeezed juice)
  • 1 scoop – Green Super food powder (scoop is included)
  • 1 tbsp – Organic Maca powder or ( 1/2 tbsp Chia seeds, collagen peptide powder)
  • 1 cup – Frozen mango chunks or (any fruit you have on hand, berries, stone fruit, melons)
  • 1/2 – Banana and/or (1 tbsp Honey Greek yogurt)
  • Ice optional (if you use fresh fruit and want it a bit colder)

*One tip we do recommend is that you place in the liquids and fruit first before the powder for a better overall blend.

This is are basic recipe you can change-up the flavor profiles by interchanging with the ingredient options listed beside each. The options we listed are just some variations that we use to change-up the taste. Hope you found this post helpful, and please let us know of any recommendations you have or let us know if you’ve ever tried this powder out. Thank you all.

 

 

 

Simple Pickled Chiles and Carrots(Chiles en Vinagre)

Easy pickled chilis and carrot (Mexican Condiment)

Hello all, being that Colleen and I live in California we have an abundance of Mexican food. Myself being Mexican American and Dutch my family has many recipes and I wanted to take the time to share our take on this traditional pickled chilies and carrot recipe or (chiles en vinagre.) This simple condiment pairs well with chorizo and eggs, nachos, burritos, tacos, quesadillas, soups, and anything that you want that extra kick in. They sell canned versions of this, but we thought that we would share our easy, clean and healthy version of it with you all.

You will need the following:
  1. 1 cup – White vinegar (apple cider will work)
  2. 1/2 cup – Water
  3. 1/2 tbsp – Coconut sugar or agave nectar
  4. 1/2 tbsp – Sea salt
  5. 1 1/2 tbsp – Grape seed oil (Olive Oil or vegetable)
  6. 2-3  Bay leaves
  7. 1/2 tsp – Coriander pods
  8. 1/2 tsp – Oregano
  9. 1/2 tsp – Thyme
  10. 1/2 tsp – Black pepper or (pepper corns)
  11. 4  Jalapenos (or your chili of choice)
  12. 4-5  Medium Carrots (depending on size)
  13. 1 Garlic garlic clove
  14. 1/2 Small white onion
  15. Glass jar for storage

First off we will start by slicing the carrots, jalapeno, and onions on a bias, we like to cut them into various sizes so that you have options to choose from when eating. (Mostly on the thinner side) To control the heat you can de-seed or as we like to say gut the peppers to your liking. (For ours we kept all the seeds.)

Next you will want to prepare all your seasonings.

Take a medium-sized pot place it on medium heat, add in your oil and carrots. You will want to stir it constantly for about 2-3 minutes.

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Once the carrots are about half way cooked (about 2-3 minutes) you will want to add in the jalapenos, again stirring consistently for 3 minutes.

After the chilies have been cooking for a bit you will want to add in the garlic clove and onions. Saute until onions start to become soft but not yet translucent.

Once onions are soft, add vinegar and water. Let this simmer for 2 minutes. Still stirring.

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When the liquids have cooked down, add in your seasonings except the salt.

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Saute and incorporate all seasonings thoroughly. Next place the lid on for about 5 minutes stirring every couple of minutes. At this point you can add your salt. And close the lid for about 1 more minute.

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You can taste and depending on your preference add more sugar, or salt.

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Once cooled place into a glass jar, we found that using a pair of small tongs is the cleanest way to place the veggies into the jar. Place all the liquid in also. Then refrigerate and wait for about 24 hours to eat. I would say you can stored it in the fridge for about 3-6 weeks, although it never lasts that long in our house.

This is the completion of this simple recipe, hope you all get the chance to try it out. It is definitely a staple in our home. It makes a wonderful gift to give anyone you know that loves spicey foods, you can just tie a nice bow around it and wa-la. There’s no need to buy it canned, when it’s so easy to make at home and you know each ingredient that goes into it.

We enjoyed this delicious topping with some enchiladas the other night. Enjoy!

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Oxbow Market, Napa California

The Oxbow Market – Napa California

This is our second addition to our series -Local Business We Frequent-. This market is similar to the Anaheim packing district if you have ever visited. Just think of it on a much smaller scale. We often take day trips out here to grab some good food, or pick up some things we need for the house. It’s location is on a bend of a river, hence the name Oxbow. There are so many things to explore in this market. Here we wanted to share our favorite stops, and just some general information. Happy reading!

Top 2 shops we visit inside the market:

  1. Three Twins ice cream

Our favorite ice cream brand, we love their flavor combinations their wholesome organic ingredients, is what brings them to the top of our list. We know it’s not available everywhere, but they do carry this brand in certain super markets so here’s a link to their website to find a location near you. Our favorite flavors are Dad’s Cardamom, Banana Nut Confetti, Land of Milk and Honey, and Mint Confetti. Highly suggest to try this if you get the chance.

2. Whole Spice Napa Valley

This little spice shop offers such variety, we often come here to pick up all kinds of spices/ blends. This shop carries anything from whole chamomile buds, lamb seasoning blend, many curries from different regions, Mexican mole blends, and their own house blends. If you love to cook and try new foods like we do, spice shops are a beautiful thing. On this particular day, we picked up some curry blends (Japanese and Madrag), and we are in the midst of prepping a recipe to share with you all. Also, one of our traditions when we go out shopping- small shops is to pick up quality handmade soap bars. So we also stopped by The Olive Press and grabbed a new artisan soap bar, this one is in Rose-milk.

The Oxbow market offers a variety of places to eat and enjoy from burgers, to indoor restaurant seating, a butcher, fresh produce, fresh fish, coffee bar, cupcakes, pastries, baguettes, book shop, oyster bar and a fresh juice bar. Here’s some pictures we snapped to give you a sense of the place. If you find yourself in wine country it is a must see spot forsure.

With the many attractions close by, its even located next to the Napa Valley Wine Train station. Pay a visit if you enjoy local produce and supporting small shops. Hope you all enjoyed!

Make sure to check out our other posts! Links down below 🙂

Local businesses we frequent

Top 10 Products #1

Hello all, we wanted to share some of our favorite random house hold, health, gadgets, cat, products. These are the things we have been loving.

This list is in no particular order, so here we go.

  1. This hanging planter we got at a yard sale in our neighborhood maybe a year ago. It came with some succulents but they were mostly dying. We planted new succulents and they seem to be really thriving in our California rainy season. During the summer months they seem to shrivel up even when they are watered periodically. Anyway we have been loving seeing them a bit more lively during this season. Plus we don’t have to water them!

2. We love Dr. Bronner’s products, because they have minimal ingredients. This pure castille soap can be use for many things such as cleaning and disinfection of piercings, cleaning brushes, shampoo, face wash, veggie wash and so on. These soaps come in many varieties, the one we use is the baby-mild version. (You can find large selections at CVS or Walgreen’s ) Castille soap comes concentrated so there are many  dilutions you can click-here for more information. All of their soaps come in soap bar options. Which I prefer to use on my makeup brushes and beauty blender ect. Raphy is a diesel mechanic which means his hands get really beat up, and greasy. This liquid castille soap is what he uses to degrease his hands (dilution is 1/2 liquid soap and 1/2 water) this works best for him.

3. Dr Bronner’s peppermint organic Lip balm, this lip balm is the best we’ve ever had. We like how emollient it feels on our lips. The ingredients are really clean. Though we have noticed a change in their formula we still love this. The old packing use to say Dr. Bronner’s MAGIC all in one lip balm, the ingredients are still the same but the feel on the lips is quite different. Overall we still gravitate towards this always.

4. Method – Ginger Mango laundry detergent, this detergent smells amazing. To us it does not smell like ginger at all. Maybe a really sweet lovely mango, honestly it is super hard to describe. Go to your local target and open the cap to smell it for yourselves, you will not regret it. We believe Method products are sold only at Target but we could be completely wrong, but we have only purchased them from there. We like this concentrated version of laundry detergent so far we’ve done about 20-22 full loads and it is lasting pretty long.

5. Method – Cucumber All purpose cleaner, we were looking for a simple house hold cleaner and decided to try this one out since the laundry detergent was so amazing. We like it so far, and use it to clean the cats messy eating mats, or any spills that occur on the kitchen table, bathroom ect. The scent is ok, not super strong but clean smelling.

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6. Squeeze it – We picked this up at Bed Bath and Beyond and it has changed our tooth paste game. By that we mean it lasts so much longer and it does not allow for any waste of the product. I would recommend this for everyone! Super simple idea and completely functional and easy to use. A definite must have in our household.

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7. Red Fuel – Portable charger this is the gadget we’ve been using a lot and yes there are a ton of them out there on the market we received this one from Raphy’s work. This charger allows up to 2 full charges per device. We both use it for our phones, and any other accessories like blue tooth speakers. This device comes in handy for us, we like to keep it charged up in our car or our back packs for those times you are out and about and need a charge.

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8. Kind Wine – Soy candles  these candles have been adding the most lovely fragrance to our room as of late. We’ve really been enjoying this scent for the past couple of months. Since these are soy candles they burn slower meaning longer lasting, and they burn cleaner. Soy candles are our choice but this company takes the extra mile being environmentally friendly using repurposed wine bottles for each candle. This fragrance is Pomegranate Moscato which sounds super sweet, but it’s surprisingly more on the citrusy side in our opinion. We picked up these candles from HomeGoods, and World Market Cost Plus. If you get the chance to pick up some of these candles please give them a whiff.

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9. Amazon’s Alexa – Honestly, we never though we would enjoy her as much as we do. She is very helpful, from creating shopping lists to playing music on que, finding movie times, checking the weather and traffic conditions, to being our alarm clock, setting timers, to our personal Amazon shopper. She can’t answer as many questions as Siri is able to. But honestly worth the $50 usd in our opinion because we use her everyday. When we create a shopping list we are able to view/add/delete each item on the Alexa app. Which has been helping us not forget things at the store now-a-days.

10. Cat Tower – Don’t know the brand name unfortunately, but Marshalls is where we found it. Our cats are very picky with cat toys, and scratch pad/towers. They are very hard to please. But we picked up this tower at Marshalls and it is the only one they like. We were extremely hesitant to purchase it, and were almost on the verge of returning it. Then all of a sudden one day we found our cats scratching the pad, and sitting on top of the tower. We were super happy to see they seemed to like it.

If you enjoyed this post please comment down below and let us know if you have tried out any of these products or if you have any recommendations also we would love to know.

DIY – Sprouting sprouts

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Hello all, We’ve been away for a bit but we are back with a how to on growing your own sprouts at home instead of buying them in tiny amounts at your local market. You will get more bang for your buck and ton of sprouts, its super simple and easy to do. This process will take about a week, for our batch we did 6 days. These nutrient dense alfalfa sprouts or any kind of sprouts are an amazing addition to anyone’s diet.

First things first you will need the following:

  1. Sprouting seeds (you can order these online there are many varieties.)
  2. Mason Jar (Quart sized)
  3. Cheese cloth
  4. Rubber bands (If you don’t have the lid to your jar of choice)
  5. Salad Spinner

Starting off on night 1 soak the seeds for a good 3-4 hours. You will need 2 table spoons of seeds per one 16 once jar. Here we are using alfalfa seeds that we soaked in lukewarm water for a little over 4 hours.

After you have soaked your seeds for a few hours you will apply the cheese cloth, pull the cloth taut and secure it down with the rubber bands. Take some scissors and trim the cheese cloth because the access cloth will retain a bit unnecessary water through this process. This will allow for proper straining of the seeds/sprouts.

Once you have strained the seeds place the jar down at a 45° angle in a bowl or a small pot. This allows any access water to drain. Then you want to place the jar somewhere it will get indirect sunlight like a windowsill. We use a small pot and place it on our kitchen table where we have a window to supply the indirect light.

For the next week rinse the seeds twice a day for 3 days, then after rinse the seeds/sprouts once a day for 3-4 more days (depending on if the sprouts are grown to your liking.) Now we will show you the progress of each day for one week.

Day 1 / Night 1 – Rinsed once morning and once in the evening.

Day 2 / Night 2 – Rinsed once morning and once in the evening. As you can see they sprout quite quickly.

Day 3 / Night 3 – Rinsed once morning and once in the evening. They should be growing denser and denser each day.

Day 4 / Night 4 – Rinsed once in the morning.

Day 5 / Night 5 – Rinsed once in the morning and let drain thoroughly.

Day 6 / Night 6 – Rinsed once in the morning, harvested on this day. Once you’ve rinsed for the last time it is now time to take them out of the jar and enjoy! You may notice that the seed hulls have been left behind a lot of them. An option that we included  to de-hull them which we tried was using a salad spinner. This helps remove a good amount of the hulls, also another option is to soak the sprouts and the hulls will float right up, and you will be able to dry the sprouts with the salad spinner. Honestly we don’t mind the seed hulls and will just enjoy them right out of the jar. But we wanted to include how to ‘get rid of them’ options for those of you who do not enjoy them.

Storage and ways to enjoy your labor of love – for storing we like to place them into a zip log bag with paper towels to soak up any extra moisture that may occur. Any air tight container will work, we do recommend adding the paper towel to keep them fresh for longer. But if you’re like us these don’t last very long in our house.

For eating we recommend them in salads, sandwiches, stir frys, wraps, spring rolls and to top off any pizza or any noodles. They go well with anything really. Please give this try and let us know how it goes! We hope you enjoy these nutrient dense, crunchy, crisp sprouts.