Can you plant red winter wheat berries to produce sprouts to cook with?
Wheat can be sprouted, using the soak, then rinse procedure. Planting in soil is best for making wheat grass -- the young greens that are cut for juicing.
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Unless you have a field, a mule or two, and plan to do some serious threshing, susan g's suggestion about buying wheat berries and sprouting them is probably easier. And quicker.
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