Sprouts From Corn? Yes!

Sprouts From Corn? Yes!

When your garden produces an abundance of corn, save some ears to dry and make sprouts. The sprouts are made by removing the kernels from the cob and soaking in water for a night. Pour the water out and rinse twice a day until they sprout. Corn sprouts are a different kind of treat and are good steamed or dropped into soup. They can be lightly steamed then ground and mixed with mayonnaise and celery for a sandwich spread.

Suellen Ocean is the author of Poor Jonny’s Cookbook.


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