26 Sep How To Grow Lentil
They’re known for being in delicious curries, but lentils in sprout-form are even healthier than their cooked counterparts. These sprouts add a great crunch to your dishes and are perfect for those suffering from gluten sensitivities.
High in fibre, protein, and complex carbohydrates, lentil sprouts pack a strong punch when it comes to nutrition. In addition, they are low on the glycemic index, which makes them suitable for those on a diabetic diet.
Lentils are so high in protein, in fact, that they were once known as the “poor man’s meat.” Though while they most likely didn’t have the scientific know-how when it came to nutritional value, they knew one thing for sure—lentils are filling and delicious.