We like to grow sprouts, we like to eat sprouts. You can sprout so many different seeds that offer distinct flavours and use them in so many dishes. Sprouts are quick to grow and are very nutritious.
You don’t need fancy equipment, just a way in which to rinse the sprouts during the process. We happen to have a 4 tray sprouter, but a wide mouth mason jar and cheesecloth works just as well. Seeds to be sprouted can be purchased at health food stores and most garden centres should have them, as well.
So how do we use sprouts? We add them to the following dishes/beverages:
Our favorite seeds to sprout include:
May 30 2013
Do you enjoy eating shrimp?
Want to be able to prepare a meal in your slowcooker, press “go”, head out for the afternoon and only have to add a small amount of ingredients 20 minutes before the end of cooking time and then dinner is done? Check out this recipe for Slow-Cooker Shrimp Quinoa Jambalaya. Made with fresh ingredients and just the right amount of heat for your family!
May 09 2013
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Apr 24 2013
I found this recipe on Pinterest and it was a complete hit for my Easter Brunch.Â It was so easy to do that it is definitely worth sharing. I made one modification from the original recipe by adding cinnamon which really enhanced the flavour. Â Â Â I used the Wonder Bread brand of Texas Toast for my version which worked really well. Â Enjoy!
1/2 cup melted butter
1 cup brown sugar
1 loaf of Texas toast