I’m guest posting over at Self Reliant School
Years ago I learned about the benefits of sprouting my own seeds. It’s a healthy and economical way to bring fresh vegetables into your diet.
Anyone who enjoys fresh vegetables and salads will enjoy sprouts. There are dozens of different seeds and grains that can be sprouted and each one has a different taste and texture.
You’re sure to find a few that your family will love.
What I really like is the added health benefit for my food storage plan. If things get tough, I know I can bring out the canning jar and strainer top and have fresh veggies in a few days. I keep extra seeds in my food storage just for this reason.
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There has been some controversy over sprouts and people who are not careful with them can get sick. That’s not going to be you though…you’re going to head on over to my post at Self Reliant School, learn how to make sprouts the right way and use these five recipes to incorporate sprouts into regular meals for our family.
In some cases, they won’t even know you’ve added sprouts to the mix! Enjoy your sprouted seeds.
- Sprouted Hummus
- Cucumber Sprout Spread
- Sprout Stuffed Tomatoes
- Wheat Sprout Baking Powder Biscuits
- Pineapple Pinto Cake
This is where I get my sprouting seeds
Read the full post: How To Add Healthy Sprouted Seeds To Your Diet over at Self Reliant School
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