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Sprouting Lentils Sprouting lentils opens up the powerhouse of nutrients that is just waiting to be released.  Even if you prefer to cook lentils, sprouting them ahead of time comes with its rewards.  To increase the nutrients and help to decrease the gas-producing effects, add a 2-4” strip of kombu during the soaking process. Sprouting neutralizes phytic acid, which if present will not allow as much calcium, magnesium, iron, copper and zinc to be absorbed during digestion. Sprouts are easier to digest than the unsprouted  version of the same food.  It breaks down the seed,  which may mean less work for…

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