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Monday, July 30, 2012

Sprouting Seeds

After my girlfriend educating me about sprouting, which I've never even heard of before, I researched it and immediately went out and bought a jar and bags of different seeds.
There are so many health benefits from eating sprouts, so I'm excited to give this a try!
I also researched and found out the health benefits of Alfalfa seeds. Since this herb is rich in vitamins and minerals it helps in the dissolving of stones in the kidneys, which I've had issues with in the past! Owwwww!
Below is the jar and the sprouts I grew from the seeds.








Below is the salad where I've added my sprouts and some chia seeds!!!!! Pretty cool, huh?




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3 comments:

Julie said...

You are amazing!! I love all the articles...putting out the good china (I can relate)...eating less carbs (I can relate) being excited about using things you've grown yourself to eat (love it!!). Thanks for sharing all your recipes...insights...and feelings!! It means so much to me and to so many of your followers -- I'm sure!! Now I'm off to go sprout (thanks to your inspiring ways as well). Have a great day!!

Julie said...

You are amazing!! I love all the articles...putting out the good china (I can relate)...eating less carbs (I can relate) being excited about using things you've grown yourself to eat (love it!!). Thanks for sharing all your recipes...insights...and feelings!! It means so much to me and to so many of your followers -- I'm sure!! Now I'm off to go sprout (thanks to your inspiring ways as well). Have a great day!!

Ed said...

Great tips on sprouting at home!
Sprouts have been a vital source of nutrition for numerous civilizations over the past 5000 years. They are a powerhouse of nutrition, having the highest amount of vitamins, minerals, and enzymes of any food per calories unit.