Grow Sprouts in a jar!

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No Yard or balcony.. don’t fret!
You can grow your own food right on the counter!
Grow your own Sprouts
Healthy, organic, easy and fun to grow!
Ready to eat in 3 – 6 days.
Add to salads, sandwiches and more.

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Instructions:
Put approximately 2 tablespoons of seeds in to wide mouth jar.
Cover jar with screen (as shown here) and secure with rubber band or use a sprouter topper. 
The first day soak seeds for about 2 hours with cool water then drain.
Rinse seeds twice daily thereafter, swirling water around and drain.
Invert jar at different angles after each rinse to sprout all seeds evenly.

To keep fresh and or slow down growing process store well drained sprouted seeds in fridge and use as required.

For larger amounts you can purchase fancy sprouting systems, you can eat almost any vegetable/grain seed sprouted, the health benefits are amazing!

Sprouting for Health
Sprouted seeds contain vital nourishment needed by our bodies. Sprouts are very nutritious because they contain all elements a plant needs for life and growth. The endosperm of the seed is the storehouse of carbohydrates, protein, and oil. When the seed germinates, these become predigested amino acids and natural sugars upon which the plant embryo feeds as it grows to maturity. When used as food, the life force is released and supplies the energy which is capable of generating healthy cells in the body and supplying us with new vigor and life. Used in a regular diet, sprouts can help reverse the aging process, since they contain ample amounts of male and female hormones, available in their most assimilable form. Processed foods often lack the vitamins and minerals necessary to a balanced diet. Research shows that, in sprouts, one finds one of the foods highest in vitamin and mineral content. Sprouts should, therefore, occupy a prominent place in the diet. Among their other virtues is the fact that the seeds are low in cost, can be stored indefinitely, and are easy to grow, and, when sprouted, increase their nutritional value many times. (health information provided by Sprouting for Heath)

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