Growing sprouts is a relatively easy gardening project. Indeed, it requires very little material and space, and green shoots have a short growth period and can be grown year-round!
In a previous article, you were able to learn the difference between green shoots and germinations as well as their benefits. Now here’s a handy little guide to help you grow your own sprouts! In this case, we will use sunflower seeds, but it is also possible to use other varieties, such as broccoli seeds, radishes, etc.
Here’s what you’ll need:
Sunflower seeds Be careful, they must be the specific kind for growing especially, and not roasted sunflower seeds that can be found in grocery stores for consumption! See below different ways to find them.
Katharina is a graduate of McGill University in human nutrition and an avtive member of the Order of Dietitians and Nutritionists of Quebec (ODNQ). She holds the Monash University's certification for the FODMAP diet and IBS, and has hands-on clinical experience in that area. She first approaches nutrition through the pleasure of eating, with a holistic perspective of the individual. It is with kindness that she will accompany you in achieving your goals, helping you to ensure that lifestyle changes will be lasting and balanced. In addition to clinical nutrition, Katharina has a keen interest in local food and is an avid outdoor person. She also completed a minor in ecological agriculture during her university career.
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