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  1. 2010-01-20 Sprouting seeds for food involves germinating them by first soaking them, then putting them in a moist, warm environment for a few days, rinsing them at least twice a day. Over the years, sprouting has been mentioned to us as a beneficial and easy method of increasing the nutrition of cereal and...
  2. This cookbook includes description of each seed and recipes to use the sprouts in.
  3. 1982-01-01 This chapter brings together data from those studies and evaluates the ancient practice of sprouting seeds for food and feed uses from a contemporary viewpoint. Consolidation of this information about seed sprouting from numerous disciplines provides a view of the role that germination studies...
  4. 1986-01-01 The goal of this project is to end the problems of seasonal hunger in developing countries. Included is information on growing sprouts and recipes on how to use them. 92 pages, illustrations
  5. This booklet explains how to sprout seeds, the care of the sprouts, and a section of sprouted recipes.
  6. 1983-01-01 A complete guide to growing your own food indoors, from stored grains, beans, nuts and vegetable seeds.
  7. Written for everyone who is interested in good nutrition at a low cost--and with great taste--this highly practical and fully illustrated book provides readers with all the information necessary to start and maintain an indoor sprout garden. The book discusses a wide variety of sprouts and...
  8. The greatest health need of a family or individual is the daily use of organic fresh live produce. This book shows how everyone can grow simply within a small kitchen space an organic salad.
  9. 1993-01-01 This book describes over 40 different kinds of sprouts that you can grow at home. You will learn the basics behind the fine art of indoor growing, the tools and techniques needed, the nutritional facts behind the sprout diet, and sources for seeds and sprouting tools.
  10. Turn nuts, vegetable seeds, grains, and beans into gourmet food. Includes recipes for sprout breads, cookies, crackers, soups, pizza, bagels, dressings, dips, spreads, sautes, nondairy milks, and ice-creams. Also food dehydrating, juicing, natural sodas, and foods glossary.