What is Sprouting?

To describe what sprouting is we must define the words – soaking and germination.   Soaking is the process of putting any sproutable food – seeds, grains, legumes or nuts – in water for a period of time.  When a seed is soaked it absorbs water.  This triggers biochemical reactions inside the seed and germination begins.

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Dry

Our Original Sprouting Blend - dry sprouting blend.

Our Original Sprouting Blend - dry sprouting blend.

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Germination is the process through which a plant begins its growth and development from a seed.   Sprouting occurs after the seed is soaked,  begins to germinate and is allowed to grow.

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After Soaking

Original Sprouting Blend - swollen after 12 hours of soaking.

Original Sprouting Blend - swollen after 12 hours of soaking.

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Germination – After 3 Days Growth

 Optimum Nutrition!

Be wary of the phrase, “soaked seeds are more nutritious than sprouts”. This statement is false.  Sproutable foods reach their optimum nutritional value after three days of growing.  For more information visit the links provided below.

Our Original Sprouting Blend with 3 days growth - ideal for optimum nutrition.

Our Original Sprouting Blend with 3 days growth - ideal for optimum nutrition.

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Learn the truth – “Soaked verse Sprouted Seeds”.

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxWhat Are Properly Grown Sprouts?

Discover the value of learning to sprout using a method that is compatible with the climate where you live.  Learning to Sprout.

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