Feb 15, 2018
Plant. Incubate. Rack.
I’m all about nutrition and cost-effective ways to keep healthy. Enjoy this free 8-part course on Sprouting for Health! Soak. Incubate. Rinse. (Parts 5-6)
Why do I SPROUT??? : Hugh and I sprout seeds & legumes in our home for health and good eatin’!
Facts: Sprouts are packed with phytonutrients, phytochemicals, terpenes, and sesquiterpenes. Found in sprouted foods, these biochemical properties inhibit toxin accumulation, are anti-inflammatory and antiseptic, among other benefits. Our bodies crave the nutrition found in sprouts! Podcast 009 is the introduction to this lecture series.
Enjoy learning about sprouts! You don’t need a green thumb to grow sprouts and leafy greens. I’ll go over all the details in the 8 podcasts, plus share recipes and a list of supplies.
Topics in this episode:
. Choosing trays & Racks
. Choosing soil mix & filling trays
. Filling trays & rinsing
. Incubating them!