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How To Sprout: 3 Simple Methods | MeghanTV

 

Two seriously amazing things are happening around these parts: The first is that I am on the verge (like seriously so super close) to opening the virtual doors of my brand new school, the Academy of Culinary Nutrition. The second is that the first crops of the season are beginning to burst their way through the soil. But you know what? I'm too impatient to wait for the wild leeks, the dandelion greens and the fiddleheads. I want freshness now!

And so I was inspired to sprout, sprout, sprout it all out.

How to Grow Sunflower Sprouts Meghan Telpner

In today's episode of MeghanTV, I am sharing with you three super simple methods for growing your own sprouts.

This is an amazing way to train your green thumb and get fresh, local and organic goodness all year long, save tons of money and even get your kidlets in on the fun. In this tutorial video, I'm sharing:

  • My three favourite sprouting methods
  • Which seeds work for which method
  • How to prevent mould growth on your sprouts
  • The delightful health benefits of sprouts
  • My favourite ways to eat them
  • A clip of a blast-from-the-past video of mine, when I first started sprouting back in 2008

If you are ready to sprout, please be sure to download my handy guide to sprouting 101. This document was created for my students taking the Culinary Nutrition Expert program at the Academy of Culinary Nutrition. Sharing is caring, so we thought you might like it, too!

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One Response to “How To Sprout: 3 Simple Methods | MeghanTV”

  1. Clare said…
    Love this, thank you! have you tried sprouting Broccoli? i guess the same as alfalfa, but i am very keen to hear any tips you have to share with these guys!

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