I don't know how many of you already do this, or at least know about it, but soaking grains was brand new to me up until about a month ago. Since then, I have done a lot of research and started to incorporate it into our existing routines. I have found this page to be the most informative and it has a lot of great resources for recipes, etc. as well. I love that she breaks down how to soak different kinds of grains so that you can take an existing recipe and figure out how to turn it into a soaked version. Especially if any of you have digestive issues, this might be helpful! We have made soaked tortillas, soaked whole wheat bread, soaked cereal, etc. Plus, it's another great way to use Kefir. A word of advice on the cereal, though... you can taste the acid medium, so it's best to use plain kefir or something more bland than lemon juice or apple cider vinegar if that's going to bother you. I even made my own whey...seriously easy. I'll post more later if any of you all are interested.
Here's a good soaked tortilla recipe
Here's a good resource for recipes, many of which are soaked, from my newest favorite blog.
And another good resource for recipes, many soaked, from my other newest favorite blog.
Here's a soaked whole grain bread
And here's the same soaked whole grain bread (minus the millet) adapted for bread machine.
Soaked homemade granola
Soaked granola bars