GardeningGrow Your Own Sprouts For Fresh Food In Winter

Grow Your Own Sprouts For Fresh Food In Winter

Now that summer is over and we can’t go to the garden for fresh produce we can have some fresh produce by growing sprouts. You can grow them in quart jars right in the kitchen. Sprouts are easy to grow and you can grow a variety.

Thrifty Fun has a great article on growing sprouts by the kitchen sink. They say it is very simple and its just a matter of sprouting the seeds and then rinsing and draining them twice a day till they are the perfect size for eating them draining well and putting them in the fridge to add to salads or other dishes although they have the most nutrients when they are raw.

I love the little growing rack they made by repurposing an old wine rack. There are many different seeds you can sprout so if you are planning to sprout for fresh foods you may want to have a few different seeds sprouting for a variety of flavors.
Check out all the instructions and tips on Thrifty Fun.

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http://www.thriftyfun.com/tf80101771.tip.html

 

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