How to Make Sprouted Rice & Quinoa Porridge

I've loved porridge ALL my life! I want to share that love with you! Discover the healthiest way to make this gourmet 'live culture' probiotic-rich porridge & boost your digestive health!

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How to Make Sprouted Rice & Quinoa Porridge Recipe
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This is, by far, one of the best investments we've made for our health!

This is, by far, one of the best investments we've made for our health!

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Raw organic sunflower seeds that have been soaking in salinated [salty] water for 36 hours at room temperature.

Raw organic sunflower seeds that have been soaking in salinated [salty] water for 36 hours at room temperature.

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Soak and or ferment your cashews first to boost their beneficial bacteria ratio.

Soak and or ferment your cashews first to boost their beneficial bacteria ratio.

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Fill your blender just above the 2/3 mark, or more or less depending on how thick or thin you want your porridge to be.

Fill your blender just above the 2/3 mark, or more or less depending on how thick or thin you want your porridge to be.

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We love using palm sugar! Have been using it for over a decade!

We love using palm sugar! Have been using it for over a decade!

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High powered blender to make a thin cream out of the cultured sunflower seeds, cashews, and palm sugar. Add enough water to blend into a thin cream.

High powered blender to make a thin cream out of the cultured sunflower seeds, cashews, and palm sugar. Add enough water to blend into a thin cream.

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Finished and waiting to be incorporated into cooked rice/quinoa blend.

Finished and waiting to be incorporated into cooked rice/quinoa blend.

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Great product if you don't wanna take the time to sprout, soak, or ferment your own. Very tasty and convenient!

Great product if you don't wanna take the time to sprout, soak, or ferment your own. Very tasty and convenient!

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I found this product at Wholefoods Market years ago and have been using it since. Another GREAT coconut supplier is Tropical Traditions! I love their oils as well.

I found this product at Wholefoods Market years ago and have been using it since. Another GREAT coconut supplier is Tropical Traditions! I love their oils as well.

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Fennel seeds These are an awesome way to impart complex flavor, inhibit the growth of the wrong types of bacteria, and support/improve digestion. We go through a HUUUGE amount of it in our cooking!

Fennel seeds These are an awesome way to impart complex flavor, inhibit the growth of the wrong types of bacteria, and support/improve digestion. We go through a HUUUGE amount of it in our cooking!

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I give the porridge 30 - 40 twists for this recipe. This is loaded with a healthy balance of minerals, has been shown to actually support the lowering of blood pressure, and it tastes GREAT!

I give the porridge 30 - 40 twists for this recipe. This is loaded with a healthy balance of minerals, has been shown to actually support the lowering of blood pressure, and it tastes GREAT!

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Just a shake! Ideally I prefer to toast and grind my own sweet potato pie spice blend, but for time's sake, and user-friendliness, I grabbed a bottle of these from TJ's. I settled this time... πŸ˜‰

Just a shake! Ideally I prefer to toast and grind my own sweet potato pie spice blend, but for time's sake, and user-friendliness, I grabbed a bottle of these from TJ's. I settled this time... πŸ˜‰

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I use three of these. Once the rice/quinoa blend is done I pick out the anise and add them to the blender with the sunflower seeds.

I use three of these. Once the rice/quinoa blend is done I pick out the anise and add them to the blender with the sunflower seeds.

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Just a quick drizzle.  [make sure to look at the supplies list] For a richer vanilla experience, use the vanilla bean!

Just a quick drizzle. [make sure to look at the supplies list] For a richer vanilla experience, use the vanilla bean!

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Simmer covered until soft and water's absorbed. I never measure the liquid I add to the cooking. I go by inches over the grain. Usually 2 to 3 inches for my porridges.

Simmer covered until soft and water's absorbed. I never measure the liquid I add to the cooking. I go by inches over the grain. Usually 2 to 3 inches for my porridges.

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Add your oil now. This is what I had on-hand, but if I had my druthers, you'd see me holding the Tropical Tradition's brand. VERRRY SMOOTH!

Add your oil now. This is what I had on-hand, but if I had my druthers, you'd see me holding the Tropical Tradition's brand. VERRRY SMOOTH!

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Turn off the heat. Let stand for 5 - 10 minutes, then stir in coconut oil and add sunflower cream. You want it to be as cool as possible, while still being warm enough to be enjoyable.

Turn off the heat. Let stand for 5 - 10 minutes, then stir in coconut oil and add sunflower cream. You want it to be as cool as possible, while still being warm enough to be enjoyable.

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This improves and protects the beneficial microbes ratio, and adds more nutrients and omega fatty acids to the dish.

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Incorporate into blend. LOL!!! Holding a camera and trying to stir the pot is a lot easier said than done! πŸ˜ƒ

Incorporate into blend. LOL!!! Holding a camera and trying to stir the pot is a lot easier said than done! πŸ˜ƒ

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Hand blend until you reach your desired consistency.  They really come in handy!

Hand blend until you reach your desired consistency. They really come in handy!

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Get your arm workout on! This porridge has a LOT of great things in it: soluble and insoluble fiber, it's nutrient-dense, & a great balance of proteins, carbs, and beneficial microorganisms!

Get your arm workout on! This porridge has a LOT of great things in it: soluble and insoluble fiber, it's nutrient-dense, & a great balance of proteins, carbs, and beneficial microorganisms!

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Voila! This is where I want it! Now plate! ...or should I say 'Bowl' πŸ˜„

Voila! This is where I want it! Now plate! ...or should I say 'Bowl' πŸ˜„

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It's EXCELLENT for digestion! As a matter of fact, this is one of the porridges that even our baby can eat! πŸ˜‹

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Tasty end product...

Tasty end product...

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With a little more light!

With a little more light!

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