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Super easy foodie DIY // Sprouting chia seeds

Super easy foodie DIY // Sprouting chia seeds

Hi lovelies, you really seemed to love my last little DIY post, so I thought I would share another one with you. This time it is a foodie one. I have been wanting to start sprouting for a while now and I even bought a clay pot for sprouting, but something about it just seemed a bit difficult and intimidating (silly I know), so I haven’t tried it yet. I have however been sprouting chia seeds for a while now (read all about chia seeds and their amazing benefits right here!) and it is just beyond easy! You really have to give a try!

These babies only need 5 minutes of your time in total and in just 5-6 days you will have your very own cute and homegrown chia cress. I love to use it in salads or as garnish for my little creations, it can really brighten up everything and add that little something extra ❤︎

Super easy foodie DIY // Sprouting chia seeds

What you will need:
Chia seeds – buy it right here (black) and here (white)
Cotton wool roll
A tray or plate
Water

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Super easy foodie DIY // Sprouting chia seeds

Directions:
Simply place the cotton wool roll on a tray or plate, add water until the cotton wool is soaked and then sprinkle the chia seeds on top. Check it everyday and make sure it does not dry out, water it every 1-2 days. The chia seeds should have sprouted and be ready to use after 6 days – have fun and enjoy!

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