Thursday, July 20, 2006

Everyone should store organic sprouting seeds and use sprouts in their daily diet.

Sprouts can be grown in your kitchen in any season, providing you with fresh organic produce when no other garden is available. Seeds for sprouting can be stored for long periods of time, and magically have the potential to produce many times their weight in fresh produce, full of vitamins, minerals, and proteins.

They are easy to grow-some in as little as two days. They can be eaten alone, raw, stir fried (occasionally), in salads, in sandwiches, as a snack, or sprinkled over soup. Everyone should store organic sprouting seeds and use sprouts in their daily diet.

Buckwheat and spelt are the best grains because they are not mucoid-forming and carry an alkaline residue. Buckwheat groats (strictly a seed but used like a grain) are high in protein and thus digest slowly, keeping blood sugar balanced. (Cook one cup buckwheat groats in two cups of water. Bring to a boil in a covered pan, turn off heat if using an electric burner, or turn to minimum; will be cooked in 20 minutes.

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