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Sprouted!: Power up your plate with home-sprouted superfoods


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English | 2017 | ISBN: 1465462716 | 72 Pages | EPUB | 13 MB

Grow and enjoy your own superfood sprouts.

Discover how simple it is to put sprouts on your plate with Sprouted!, your one-stop resource for sprouting guidance and delicious recipes. Fun to grow, tasty to eat, and bursting with nutrients, sprouts are the freshest way to add a superfood boost to any dish. Grow your own beans, grains, and seeds to liven up your plate and enhance your diet. With plenty of healthy benefits that make it easier to digest food, sprouts can help lower your cholesterol and blood pressure while boosting your nutritional intake.

This full-color, DIY guide makes it easy to grow sprouts at home with step-by-step instructions for soaking and sprouting, profiles on the tastiest sprouts, and 20 tempting recipes for enjoying your harvest. Whether you blend sprouts into pancake batter or sprinkle them over salads, with Sprouted! you'll learn how to get more vital nutrients with every bite.

20 fresh sprouted recipes for every meal of the day, with gluten-free options highlighted.
Step-by-step instructions for a variety of sprouting methods, along with tips and techniques for safe sprouting.
Flavor profiles of popular sprouted seeds, grains, and beans, with easy-to-follow soak and sprout times for each variety.
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