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Homegrown sprouts : a fresh, healthy, and delicious step-by-step guide to sprouting year round / Rita Galchus.

By: Galchus, Rita.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Beverly, Mass. : Quarry Books, 2013Description: 159 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781592538706.Subject(s): SproutsDDC classification: 635/.34
Contents:
The benefits of sprouting -- Choose your sprouter -- Seeds, beans, and legumes . . . oh, my! -- Beans and legumes -- Grains -- Leafy green seeds -- Gelatinous seeds -- Shoots -- Grasses -- What to do with all those sprouts.
Summary: Sprouts are the ultimate in local food—harvested no further away than your kitchen counter, they are fresh, delicious, and versatile. "Homegrown Sprouts" is the complete guide to growing your own sprouts. Choose the right sprouter for you, be it a jar, a bag, or a tray, and learn the techniques to use it. Grow a wide variety of sprouts, including wheatgrass, leafy greens, mung beans, and alfalfa. Enjoy them on their own, or discover a variety of serving suggestions from salads to soups to juices. There’s even a chapter on sprouting for your pets.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

<p>Sprouts are the ultimate in local food--harvested no further away than your kitchen counter, they are fresh, delicious, and versatile. Homegrown Sprouts is the complete guide to growing your own sprouts. Choose the right sprouter for you, be it a jar, a bag, or a tray, and learn the techniques to use it. Grow a wide variety of sprouts, including wheatgrass, leafy greens, mung beans, and alfalfa. Enjoy them on their own, or discover a variety of serving suggestions from salads to soups to juices. There's even a chapter on sprouting for your pets. Whatever the season, Homegrown Sprouts will take you on a germinating journey that you won't soon forget. When you learn how easy it is to grow nutrition-packed sprouts in your own home, you'll want to use them in every dish you make!</p>

Includes index.

The benefits of sprouting -- Choose your sprouter -- Seeds, beans, and legumes . . . oh, my! -- Beans and legumes -- Grains -- Leafy green seeds -- Gelatinous seeds -- Shoots -- Grasses -- What to do with all those sprouts.

Sprouts are the ultimate in local food—harvested no further away than your kitchen counter, they are fresh, delicious, and versatile. "Homegrown Sprouts" is the complete guide to growing your own sprouts. Choose the right sprouter for you, be it a jar, a bag, or a tray, and learn the techniques to use it. Grow a wide variety of sprouts, including wheatgrass, leafy greens, mung beans, and alfalfa. Enjoy them on their own, or discover a variety of serving suggestions from salads to soups to juices. There’s even a chapter on sprouting for your pets.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Introduction (p. 6)
  • Chapter 1 The Benefits of Sprouting (p. 8)
  • Part I What You Need to Start Sprouting (p. 18)
  • Chapter 2 Choose Your Sprouter (p. 20)
  • Chapter 3 Seeds, Beans, and Legumes... Oh, My! (p. 38)
  • Part II How to Sprout (p. 58)
  • Chapter 4 Beans and Legumes (p. 60)
  • Chapter 5 Grains (p. 74)
  • Chapter 6 Leafy Green Seeds (p. 88)
  • Chapter 7 Gelatinous Seeds (p. 100)
  • Chapter 8 Shoots (p. 107)
  • Chapter 9 Grasses (p. 116)
  • Chapter 10 What to Do with All those Sprouts (p. 130)
  • Easy Guide to Sprouting (p. 148)
  • Resources (p. 153)
  • Acknowledgments (p. 154)
  • About the Author (p. 155)
  • Index (p. 156)

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