Can you plant red winter wheat berries to produce sprouts to cook with?
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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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