Broccoli sprouts are a source of sulforaphane. Sulforaphane has many health benefits.

Broccoli Sprouts = High in Sulforaphane Broccoli sprouts are an incredibly rich source of sulforaphane.

How to Grow Broccoli Sprouts Here's everything you need to grow your own nutrient dense broccoli sprouts.

EQUIPMENT – Quart-size mason jar – Wire sprouting lid – Sprouting jar holders or a glass bowl that can hold up the jar – Seed tray optional, to hold jars

INGREDIENTS – 2 TBSP broccoli seeds I buy in bulk – filtered water

INSTRUCTIONS -Cover broccoli sprouting seeds with filtered water in a mason jar. -Place the jar in a warm, dark place out of direct sunlight for 8-12 hours. -After 8 hours, drain and rinse with fresh water the next day.

-Rest the mason jar upside down so any remaining water can drain. During this time, keep the jar warm and dark. -After each rinse, return the sprouts to the jar holder or bowl. Mealtimes remind me to rinse. All seeds should sprout after a few days.

-Rinse the seeds and store them in a dark place until the sprouts are an inch long. They can now tolerate indirect or low light. -Eat the seeds 3-4 days after they sprout dark green leaves.