Quote from Type Base: "Its only required ingredient is sprouted grain, and you can easily sprout your own. The sprouts are ground to a doughy consistency, shaped into loaves, and baked at very low heat until crusty on the outside but still moist and chewy on the inside. Nothing else is needed: no yeast, sweeteners, flour, oil, salt, and of course, no chemical conditioners or preservatives! You can add other items to the dough (following the recommendations for your blood type) -- chopped fruit, nuts, seeds, or spices -- and they can give exciting new tastes and variety to your breads. But these ingredients are just lagniappe -- nice but not necessary."
Anyone tried baking? Please tell me more about your experiences. I would like to try, but where to start? Can one buy the sprouted grains or must I sprout them myself? The sprouted grains are only required ingredients, so just squish sprouted grain into loaf and bake? Sounds easy! Is process really as easy as they make the process sound? Please elaborate. Thank you!