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RoslynSim Posted - May 16 2019 : 2:45:32 PM
If I sprout quinoa, dehydrate it and then grind it, can I substitute it directly for the unsprouted quinoa in the instructions? What about brown rice?
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RoslynSim Posted - May 24 2019 : 11:02:50 PM
Ashley Posted - May 20 2019 : 09:00:43 AM
We did do mothers with sprouted and regular quinoa. I know that the amount of flour and water added to the mother at each feeding will be the same, and I don't recall any real difference between using the regular and sprouted flour in the recipes. The same goes for sprouted brown rice flour.
RoslynSim Posted - May 17 2019 : 10:03:48 PM
Re-reading page 196 of the book, I'm tempted to thing that sprouted quinoa and unsprouted quinoa must be interchangeable. You say that you tested four quinoa flours (golden, sprouted golden, rainbow, sprouted rainbow) and don't mention any differences between them. Also, from pages 198 - 199, you talk about sprouting quinoa and brown rice. I'm going to start sprouting the golden quinoa I just bought and hope for the best!