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Title is the question.

I'm most curious about the results with pumpkin seeds.

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    I’m voting to close this question because I can see no way in which it is related to food and/or cooking. – LSchoon Aug 18 '20 at 14:41
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    Letting seeds sprout is done in cooking sometimes in order to get flavor/texture changes, or sometimes to make them edible @LSchoon. – GdD Aug 18 '20 at 20:44
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    Does "blending" mean mixing several kinds of seeds together, or does it mean processing the seeds in a blender? – The Photon Aug 18 '20 at 22:14
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    @ThePhoton the OP tagged it with "blender" and mentioned one type of especially interesting seeds, so I don't think they mean a mixture of different kinds. – rumtscho Aug 19 '20 at 5:27
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    Have you ever seen egg nog turn into a chicken? – J... Aug 19 '20 at 13:32
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It´s very likely that the blending will destroy the germ/embryo in the seed and also will separate it from the endosperm which delivers the required energy for the sprouting. So the seed will not sprout anymore when blended. But you could consider to let the seeds sprout first and then blend the sprouts.

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