Sprouting

I’m going to talk about Sprouting, such a lovely method to have health in your hands. Try once and will never want to stop!}Sprouting

What does it give? – Your own little healthy garden. It’s no secret that products supplied to shops may contain pesticides, also chemical fertilizers. But you can grow a lot of seeds, beans, have greens and herbs in your home without chemicals. It’s pure living energy, a gift for your health and for your beauty. Use your harvest for juice (famous magic wheatgrass juice), add to bakery, salad, soup, sandwich, wherever you want.

How does it work? What I’ll need? – Water and again water. You can use special sprouter, sprouting trays, jars etc. But for first time an ordinary saucer, a little cotton will be enough. Each type of seeds/beans/greens has different germination time. Usually it’s written on the packaging. First step – soak. Soaking time can be from 2h until whole night. Second – germination. Germination time from 1 day and how long you need. And finally you’ll enjoy it.

A step by step you’ll learn how grow, how create your own harvest like a little farmer}}

I want to share with you a few links, exposure to chemicals in food, you’ll know more about organic food and why you should buy, the most contaminated fruits and vegetables and the other are likely to have little contamination.

More about sprouting you’ll find here . This site really so helpful for everyone, who are interested in it.

Historical facts: “Medicinally and nutritionally, sprouts have a long history. It has been written that the Ancient Chinese physicians recognized and prescribed sprouts for curing many disorders over 5,000 years ago. Sprouts have continued to be a main staple in the diets of Americans of Oriental descent. Although accounts of sprouting appear in the Bible in the Book of Daniel, it took centuries for the West to fully realize its nutrition merits.”

On this link you’ll find more information about nutrition of each sprout. Sprouts are a powerhouse of nutrition.

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