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Sprouts Provide

More Vitamins
Delicious Meals
Increased Variety

Higher Quality Protein
Greater Food Security


The nutritional and medicinal benefits of sprouts derive from their impressive vitamin, mineral, and organic compounds. Sprouts contain significant protein and dietary fiber, as well as vitamin K, folate, pantothenic acid, niacin, thiamin, vitamin C, vitamin A, and riboflavin.

Minerals sprouts contain include manganese, copper, zinc, magnesium, iron, and calcium. Sprouts are also a rich source of enzymes essential for health.

Getting Started


You can sprout nuts, seeds, beans, and grains. With just one sprouter, in just one week, you can sprout enough food for one person for a week. Of course, sprout only organic foods!

Store the sprouts in ziploc bags in the refrige for 2-3 days or much longer in the freezer. Use your sprouts in sandwiches, salads, or with other vegetables to add a zesty taste!

There are several different kinds of sprouters, but the primary ones are the round stacked trays shown in the photo on the left or Mason Jars and square trays shown below. Click to order from Amazon.

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