What's so good about sprouts?

Since seeds can’t make energy through photosynthesis or suck up nutrients through their roots, they need to have all the energy and nutrients they will need for their first few days of life stored up. Once they start to sprout they release all of this energy and nutrients into tasty sprouts. This makes sprouts particularly rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.

The beauty of sprouts is that you can grow them yourself! They only need water and warmth to germinate, so you really can’t go wrong. Since they can often be harvested in just a few days, you can sow seeds a few days apart to keep a constant supply of sprouts going.

Sprouts are easy to use in cooking! They can be eaten raw or cooked. You can toss them into a salad, use as a garnish or even add to a stir fry!



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