Sprouts

Sprouts

The Savory Source for Health and Vitality

Book - 2007
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Sprouts are packed with a concentration of nutrients, enzymes, minerals and vitamins. Learn how to buy sprouting seeds, grow delicious sprouts of many varieties, and prepare meals with healthful, life-giving sprouts. Includes recipes illustrated with full-color photos.

Publisher: Vancouver : Alive Books, 2007
ISBN: 9781553120261
Characteristics: 60 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm

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Oct 16, 2011

This is a great book about the nutritional benefits of different sprouts you can grow. I also learned that any organic seed for an edible is okay to sprout. There are a few sprouts that shouldn't be eaten raw, but most can. Some, like those in the cruciferous family (broccoli, cauliflower, kale, brussel sprouts) have highly potent anti-cancer properties. This book should warn that home-grown mung bean sprouts aren't as long as the supermarket ones unless you use weights. I was surprised about the high rates of enzymes in young sprouts as well as high protein contents, in addition to having mineral and vitamin attributes. From alfalfa to quinoa to wheat, this book covers most types of sprouting. I have the snakpik sprouter shown in the book (circular stackable) and I find small seeds do clog the drainage chutes.

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