Mucilaginous seeds are known by that name because they produce gel around the seed once they are exposed to water. This gel protects the seed but makes the seeds the most difficult to grow into sprouts. But there are ways...
A sprouts group for the experienced
Seeds of this group developed a mucous-like gel when they come into contact with water. Because of this the seeds require special care with brief soaking, extra thorough rinse, good drainage and much ventilation.
It is the most challenging group to grow to cultivate. Especially in summer and in warm, humid weather. In return, they taste really good, and when you can grow mucilaginous seeds you can rightly call yourself "practiced sprout grower".
A chart of the mucilaginous seeds
In the following list you will find some of the mucilaginous seeds, that you can grow into tasty, leafy sprouts.