Broccoli produces thick, hefty sprouts that have a nutty, spicy flavor (a bit like radish). They don’t actually taste much like broccoli, but they are a delicious addition to anything that could use a little spice.
Sprouting broccoli seeds is very simple. Soak them in warm water overnight. The next day rinse, drain and put all the seeds to sprouter. Store at room temperature in a dark place. Rinse and moisten the seeds 2-3 times a day until they sprout (4-6 days). You can eat them immediately after germination or store in the refrigerator for 1-2 weeks.