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Sprout this: People who see me live often ask for tips on how they can mimic my health-promoting habits. "Make it easy, something I can really do," they insist. " I want a healthy glow like yours!"
Here's what I tell them: One of my fast-food meals goes like this:
I buy seeds in health food shops.
I place some seeds in clean glass jars kept for this purpose, covering them with scrap cotton cloth held in place with a rubber band.
I soak the seeds in filtered water overnight.
I pour out the water into decorative plants the next morning ;^) Wait'll you see what that does for pretty blooms!
I place the jars of damp seeds at air-flow enabling angles in a cardboard box.
I cover the jars with a magazine or large envelope.
I rinse the seeds twice daily.
After repeating this process a few days,
I end up with highly nutritious,
Toss in chopped fresh tomatoes, onions, pressed garlic cloves, sea salt and the dollop of olive oil you soaked it in last night, caraway seeds fresh cranberries, raisins and/or nuts and WOW you'll dine on pure life-giving nutrition for low cost and minimal effort as I do.
My food bills are far, far lower than yours and my food-preparation efforts are minimal. My health is making doctors thing twice!
Get your adzuki bean, broccoli, mung bean, lentil, chick pea, pumpkin and other sprouty options going, then fill up on the amino acids, calcium, iron, lecithin, minerals, phosphorous, protein, Vitamins B, C, E, and other good stuff you grow on your own.
Practice until you get the sprouting right. Clean the jars after every use! Wash the cotton tops from time to time. They'll discolor from stains but that's not of concern.
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