• Kyla Davis

Sprouted Goodness

Sprouting seeds and beans can greatly increase the bioavailability of nutrients - making it much easier for your body to absorb nutrients in a new and exciting way!

Sprouting is a simple as 1, 2, 3!

1. Put seeds/beans in a container with a straining lid (i.e. cheesecloth) and soak in water overnight on the counter.

2. Rinse the seeds/beans twice a day for about three days and then store in the fridge.

3. Enjoy!!

Sprouts are a great addition to salads, sandwiches, wraps, stir-frys, noodle dishes, or eaten alone as a snack!

Some things that are commonly used for sprouting include:

- alfalfa seeds

- broccoli seeds

- lentils

- garbanzo beans

- mung beans

- sunflower seeds

- peas

- radish seeds

- clover

- kale

- fenugreek

*It is best to make sure the seeds you're planning to sprout at organic and non-GMO.

Many sprouting seeds and beans can be purchased in most grocery stores, co-ops, health food stores, and online.

Here is a great website for a huge variety of Organic, Non-GMO sprouting seeds and supplies.

Zesty Sprout Mix

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