Soak the bajra grains overnight. Tie them in a cheese cloth for a day or as long as you want the sprouts to mature. You can eat them raw or leave them in boiling water for a minute or two and then eat.
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Idiot tell how many hours to soak
Dear sir, please read the text of the post. The post begins with “soak the bajra grains over night…”. Overnight means for a full night.
We do not appreciate the rudeness in your choice of words, but we do appreciate that you asked – there’s never a stupid question.
Thanks, in the same manner all other types of millets can be sprouted, I suppose.
True. And not just cereal grains, even pulses can be sprouted in pretty much the same way – the duration each takes varies, and of course, the taste and nutrition too !
One word of caution. When sprouting, two steps are advisable to reduce the effect of bacterial growth that pretty much cannot be avoided:
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