Sprouting is an easy and quick way to grow your own food. Learn how to sprout seeds, nuts, pulses and grains. Microgreens are 7 – 21 day old edible plants that are less mature than baby leaf plants. Microgreens are used in salads, sandwiches, raw food dishes and as stunning garnishes in restaurants and cafes.
Find out how to grow alfalfa sprouts using the jar method. This economical and fast method produces sprouts in 2 – 3 days.
Cress is a nutritious microgreen that can be grown with soil or paper towels. This step-by-step guide shows you how you can grow it at home – easily, quickly and economically. Fight the winter blues with cress sprouts and microgreens.
Red cabbage sprouts have been touted as the latest superfood. You can grow red cabbage as microgreens in soil, or grow them in a sprouting jar. In this article, you’ll learn how to sprout these seeds with a sprouting jar.
Find out how to grow broccoli sprouts at home. All you need is a glass sprouting jar and a few tablespoons of quality seeds. In 3-5 days, you’ll have a harvest of nutritious sprouts.
Grow red clover sprouts with a glass sprouting jar. These nutritional greens take 4-6 days to sprout and are full of vitamins including A, B, C & K.
Sunflower microgreens are easy to grow and delicious. They have a distinct nutty flavour and add a crunchy texture to salads, stir fries, sandwiches and more. Find out how you can grow sunflower microgreens using soil.
In this article, we will discuss the top benefits of sprouting. You’ll find out that sprouts are nutritious, economical and fast to grow.
Find out how you can grow wheatgrass at home. Our step-by-step instructions will show you how long to soak your seeds, the amount of seeds you need, and the best place to store your wheatgrass as it grows.
Wheatgrass can be grown hydroponically or with soil. The hydroponic method means that you grow using water instead of soil. Find out how to grow wheatgrass hydroponically with growing mats.
Learn how to sprout seeds in a sprouting jar. Find out how long it takes to sprout the most popular seeds including broccoli, mung & alfalfa.
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