The Hayes Zoo
- to know God and use our entire lives in service to Him.
- to stand in the gap through prayer, giving and service to viable ministries in Latin America.
- to be transparent helpers of fellow brothers and sisters in Christ, using our resources and skills that through the Holy Spirit, we might encourage and equip those who have less.
- to share a living perspective from Latin America to our churches, friends and family in the states and beyond.
Friday, March 12, 2010
We love sprouts. It's like gardening for dummies. Easy peasey....except I did actually flunk sprout class the entire time we lived in Honduras. Something about the mugginess - my sprouts molded before they were ready every. time. I. tried.. So I quit trying for a season. There's a moral to a story for ya....and it's not 'try, try again.' It's more along the lines of 'we're not in Kansas anymore, so stop trying to build a tornado cellar'.
Now I've dug out the sprouter a friend gave me years ago and am at it again. The pics above are the lentils that we sprouted. We *LOVE* sprouted lentils. My kids ate one entire tray as I was trying to locate the camera to take the pictures for the blog!
She doesn't look scared does she?
Yes, I think we like them.
I'll do black bean sprouts next and then when I get some garbanzos.......mmmmmmm.....